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    Smallgood Hearth: How to Practice Spelling with Kinesthetic Learners

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    How to Practice Spelling with Kinesthetic Learners - I like scratch and sniff and guess my spelling word (write it on someone's palm or back)

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How to Practice Spelling with Kinesthetic Learners - I like scratch and sniff and guess my spelling word (write it on someone's palm or back)

prek Writing Ideas How To’s – brush teeth, do laundry, bake cookies People and Pets - Mama, Papa, grandparents, cats Events – parties, trip to library, holidays Their World – rain, home, school, grocery store Likes – food, clothes, places, television shows Feelings – sad, happy, angry Learning – topics of interest such as planets, wild animals, weather, numbers

Sight Word Sleuth; also use with just letters or with spelling words for older kids

Going to have to try this! Great way to teach sight words and spelling words

I think that this could be cute with vocabulary and the students could only fill in a square if they knew the meaning of the word. And maybe each box could be a little harder so one would be the definition, one would be use in a sentence, etc. Just a thought...

Spelling word practice. If we used a board like this, it would save us from having to photocopy those packets every week. We'd be able to do just a front & back page for vocab list and spelling list instead.(And plus, these activities are way more fun than the current ones we assign.)

Great activity to practice sight words and/or spelling words! Maybe for older kids have them make up their own cipher codes...

Make worksheets for each Fundations unit set of sight words. The kids get practice writing their words and get to use different color markers.

toss, read and write! great way to interest kinesthetic learners. @Candace Smith Sauter @Wendy Leonard-Walker @Sarah Lowery

This is a handy form that Can be used in both Kindergarten and First Grade. It is a fun way for students to practice writing and learning their sig...

use a large magnetic drip pan for this center where children practice working with letters and sounds by using magnetic letters to make CVC words.