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    Students practice spelling each others names...could do with sight words too!

    Alphabet Play Dough Mats. Have kiddos start out by finger tracing a letter, then using a dry-erase marker and then building the letter using small objects. Practice makes perfect!

    Quick and Fun Math Practice for Young children

    Spelling with milk caps


    Use paint sticks and velcro to make an activity of putting things in order; could also use for an individual schedule for kids with autism-- very portable!

    Hop on Popcorn Free Printable Sight Word Game

    Awesome galaxy projector lamp

    Clothespin spelling - could use for practicing their names and sight words!

    Tirer sur des balles annotées, avec des pistolet à eau. -- Sight words water shooting

    Live, Love, Laugh and Teach!: Spelling/Sight Word Practice Part 3

    This could be done with sight words, numbers, letters of the alphabet, etc!

    Reading Centers--pattern block sight words! Get some templates, write words on them, and the kids have to play in pairs--correctly saying each word (and using it in a sentence?) before they can cover it. It can work for letters and numbers, too.

    Dr. Seuss books listed by reading level

    Easter Egg Matching Activity I recently made this matching activity for my younger kids out of Easter eggs. I bought a pack of 18 eggs from the dollar store and knew I wanted to do something with them, aside from using them for only Easter. First, I made a set using numbers (1-10)

    Magnetic Letters on Cookie Sheets make great practice during writing centers. Your students will be mastering their sight words in no time!

    Post note cards with word family words (or sight words) on the wall and have your child try to hit them as you call them out. Perfect for kinesthetic learners!

    Hidden Sight Word Coloring Worksheets

    Sight Word Stars - Students pick a word and a book - how many times can they find that word in their book??

    This is amazing activity, outdoor fun and learning. - use 10 golf pegs and plug them in the ground, - set 10 ping pong bolls on top (previously you would take s

    Use a hairband and it works too! Really helps student GRIP correctly! Totally need to try this with Peyton!