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Classroom DIY: DIY Fly Swatter Game  I use this through my whiteboard software and projector so I can make a template and then just change as needed#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

DIY Fly Swatter Game

Classroom DIY: DIY Fly Swatter Game I use this through my whiteboard software and projector so I can make a template and then just change as needed

Sight Words: When They Just Don't Stick | This Reading Mama

Sight Words: When They Just Don't Stick

Great article plus great activities. Sight Words: When They Just Don't Stick ~ understanding the development of word learning by This Reading Mama

DIY Fly Swatter Game-perfect for vocabulary and literary element review... I've used this game before, but I like the idea of it being reusable!

DIY Fly Swatter Game

Classroom DIY: DIY Fly Swatter Game-use for French vocabulary. Make it more difficult by giving the definition in French and they have to swat the correct word that matches.

Classroom DIY: DIY Sight Word Bottles

DIY Sight Word Bottles

Sight Word BINGO Fun!

This week, when we finished our word work, I passed out blank BINGO cards and had my students fill in sight word/word wall words in each box.

These DIY Sight Word Bottles make a fun word work center. I used them with my first graders and kindergartners, but they could also be use...

DIY Sight Word Bottles

These DIY Sight Word Bottles make a fun word work center. I used them with my first graders and kindergartners, but they could also be use.

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I like the "Salsa Words" to spice up students' word choice when writing- especially along with the "Taco 'bout a Great Class" bulletin board idea.

Phonics phones are one of the most important items in an early elementary small group instructional area.  Phonics phones amplify the student’s voice helping the student to focus and pay attention to the sounds.

Classroom DIY: DIY Phonics Phones-pvc pipe, pvc elbow and duct tape to make them cute!

Sight word stars on the ceiling-use this idea for letters. Let students lie on backs, lights off, and read letter flashlight shines on.

Put word stars on the ceiling and play "I Spy" with flashlights. Challenge the children to find the star that matches your clue. I think this would make a great idea for site words - have them find the site word that matches the one they draw out of a jar

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