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put words in alphabetical order

ere's a great way to practice alphabetical order without having to erase. You could even add a self check component by numbering the inside of the cups. A pinner suggested having alphabetical order races with the cups.

toss and answer vocabulary game. Many variations including tic-tac-toe and color or shape identification

4 Super Fun & Easy Muffin Tin Reading Games

Muffin Tin Reading Games - Growing Book by Book. Excellent ideas for teaching sight words, color words, vocab words, etc.

Great Teaching Ideas - I would put pictures/examples of the Nouns, Verbs, Adjective...on the containers.

Five for Friday: Frenzy, Freebie, Scoot in Homeschool, and More

parts of speech word sort {language arts}--Kids each come up and pick a stick out of my hand and they would have to place it in the right cup! If there’s extra time, they can use the word in a sentence

Students toss a button/whatever in a cup, come up with a word that starts with that, then adds it to the group chart

Toss and Blend: A Carnival Game

Students toss a button/whatever in a cup, come up with a coping skill or a positive trait etc. depending on which cup it lands in

I love this idea. You could use it to make math problems, and it could be done at any grade level. How fun!

Cute idea for spelling/ word wall work Daily 5 Word Work idea- hidden words! Use a white crayon to write the word and a marker to color over.

Cute little game about contractions.....FREE!

While talking about water, teachers can reinforce the language concept of contractions. "Contractions on a rainy day" is a great language arts activity!

Sight word games for guided reading centers and workstations for Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade! These sight word sticks games are a great way for students to learn sight words, practice their sight word, and read sight words. These games can be used for spelling words, spelling lists, phonics lists, and phonics patterns. EDITABLE and differentiated. To learn more about "Making Sight Words STICK", visit www.tunstallsteachingtidbits.com

Making Sight Words STICK

Letter and letter combinations on building blocks, great for pre writers

Filth Wizardry: DIY spinny spellers and repurposing Duplo bricks--abc order, letter order in words

Teaching the order of letters is easy with FREE ABC Order skill sheets from Kinder Craze! They cover ordering words alphabetically & different fonts!

ABC Order Intro and FREEBIE

Use a highlighter to help students focus on the first letter for ABC order. Use different color highlighters for alphabetizing to the or letter.

Spell the Beans word work game

Spell the Beans Word Work Game: practice weekly spelling words, sight words, holiday or theme words. This could be fun to see how many words they can create during a station/center.

Zap It...a game I learned in grad school. Put high frequency words on sticks (these are foam sticks) and write zap it on a few sticks. The kids pull sticks from a container and read the words. If someone gets Zap It, all of the sticks go back in the bin. Great word work #daily5

Zap It.a game I learned in grad school. Put high frequency words on sticks (these are foam sticks) and write zap it on a few sticks. The kids pull sticks from a container and read the words. If someone gets Zap It, all of the sticks go back in the bin.

great idea for reading centers -

Use paint chips, those free paint color samples you get from Home Depot/Lowes. To make your own free paint chip phonics game, grab paint chips with 3 colors with a square cut out on the right side. Next grab a bunch with the long sample of colors.

A Love for Teaching: Prefixes and more

Word Identification Prefix Pockets is an activity that familiarizes students with words that use prefixes. Students will look at the prefix written on the pocket and place the word strips that use that prefix in the corresponding pocket.

Middle school guided reading, literature circle, and guided writing area for small group work in the classroom. #differentiation

Some great ideas here.but seriously, I NEED that guided reading table! Middle school guided reading, literature circle, and guided writing area for small group work in the classroom.

Mrs. Wheeler's First Grade Tidbits: I'm Finished, Now What?

I'm Finished, Now What?

So I seriously get tired of my kids finishing centers/work early and asking me, "What can I do now?" How about sit quietly with a book and don't talk. In all seriousness, it's gotten kinda craz

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