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Sight words (how many can you read? How high can you build your tower?)

Word Work with HFW. Sight words (how many can you read? How high can you build your tower? This could be awesome. Name the sight word, build the tower. The next night to keep that tower, repeat all words until they've got them down pat! Love it!

Lego Word Family Sorting - Great visuals when sorting word families.

LEGO Word Family Sorting ~ Sort words written on DUPLO LEGO bricks to form word families. Then encourage youngsters to read and write the word family lists. You could also do this with equivalent fractions/decimals/percents. make a tower of equivalents!

Pegs and paddle pop stick for sight words

Sight Word Game On large craft sticks write sight words on one end. Write letters on clothespins. Children attach the letters.

Love this idea for sight words.

Seashell Sight Word Practice

Seashell Sight Word Practice-Use this beach theme activity to practice spelling words and sight words. Great for kindergarten and first grade.and the shells are at a Dollar Tree!

Say it, build it, write it sight word activity with Dollar Store cookie sheets.

Say it, build it, write it sight word activity with Dollar Store cookie sheets. Good for learning names and sight words.

Phonics

Easy Phonics game to help children understand initial sounds and end blends. These would be great to use with my students.

Cookie Sheet Activities- Making Words Freebie

Cookie Sheet Activities- Making Words Freebie

Building sight words on a cookie sheet.  Great for centers.  Cookie Sheet Activities First Grade Bundle contains activities for sight words, blends, digraphs and word families.

Building sight words on a cookie sheet. Fun way for learning and practicing sight words. Cookie Sheet Activities- First Grade Bundle: Sight Words, Blends/Digraphs and Word Families.

Read, Write, Build - this is an awesome activity.  Used it with my kids and they loved it.

Read, Write, Build: Love this idea for an at-home way to pratice sight words or outlaw words. Would work great for a independent work time during Guided Reading or small group, too!

Creative re-use idea for old duplo blocks.     Image and Idea courtesy of "Filth Wizardy - Sharing messy art and craft fun for kids", http://www.filthwizardry.com/2011_01_01_archive.html

This clever mom created Duplo letter bricks to help teach letters and spelling. From: "Filth Wizardry: DIY spinny spellers and repurposing Duplo bricks"

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