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Free! Egg-cellent Rhyming Game...mix and match game for 12 CVC rhyming words combine egg halves by matching pictures that rhyme.

A mix and match game for 12 CVC rhyming words. Students combine egg halves by matching pictures that rhyme. Also included are blank eggs so students can write

FREE CVC Easter Egg word work center

CVC Easter Eggs Word Work Center

Spring Activities & Books to Use in the Classroom. Use these free ideas to add hands-on learning and investigation as well as math & language.

Letter Sounds Race - Practice letter recognition and letter sounds with a fun game that gets kids moving.

Letter Sounds Race

A Race to Learn Phonics - a fun way to get the kids moving and learning letter sounds! Say a letter sound and have kids race to find it first

Free Easter Egg Printables and Montessori-Inspired Easter Egg Activities

Lots of free Easter egg printables and Montessori-inspired ideas for using some of those printables to create inexpensive, Montessori-inspired Easter egg activities

Easter activity for Preschoolers

Easter: Life of Jesus Cross

Life of Jesus Cross.I would put in the center Christ on the cross instead of the diaolog. But fun craft for the kids while we learn of Christ's Crucifixion.

5 Fun Ways to Play & Learn with Plastic Eggs! Review Letters & sounds, sight words, and word families and practice number recognition & addition facts! So much you can do! How do you use plastic eggs to aid in learning?

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: 5 Fun Ways to Play & Learn With Plastic Eggs

Sightword Sand Writing from Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Down by the Sea Centers + FREEBIE

Spelling Center Activities: Sight word shells are a fun way for students to practice writing sight words, as well as forming letters properly. Students are to write the sight word printed on each shell in the sand using their finger.

Phonics/Alphabet Baskets Sorting Activity (from The Imagination Tree)

Phonic Baskets Sorting Activity (from The Imagination Tree). Take a few boxes or baskets, write a letter on a piece of paper and gather many different items that begin with the letter. Have the student put the items in the corrected basket/ boxes.