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One student reads a word while two other students race to try to smack the bug with the corresponding word. Could do with math problems as well.

Lay out a complete alphabet with letter cards, then let kids sort letters to match. Use letter tiles from games, plastic/magnetic letters, by marsha

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Looking forward to all the outdoor June activities!

LOVE this idea! Use two different colored bingo dabbers to show an addition problem! This would also be great for multiplication!

Fun idea for site word games! Say the word, kids hunt for it and be the first to flip the word with their spatula.

Great vocabulary builder...each student has a word on their forehead...other students give clues to student to help them figure out the word they have. Can use synonym, antonym etc.

Lillypad sight word jumping so easy to DIY this up. (use for minimal pairs for aud. discrim, artic, etc.) could tweak for math

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Counting and Measuring with Lego: Preschool Maths Game

Counting and Measuring with Lego: Preschool Maths Game - Good way to visually compare numbers - I would suggest making the corresponding numbers (like 5 and 15 or 8 and 18) the same color to help see the pattern relationship between the numbers (5 and 15 or 8 and 18 are separated by 10)

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Gross Motor Sight Word Game: Cup Crash!

Gross Motor Sight Word Game: Cup Crash! Read each word on the cup and then stack them up to make a tower. Then take a ball and knock it down!

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Sight Word Assessment (freebie)

Sight word assessment. Words are typed into a power point so the kids don't get overwhelmed by the long list.

Candy land sight word edition. On the playing cards write sight words on the colored squares and when they draw a card they have to either read the word, spell it with their eyes closed, give a rhyming word, give a definition, or use it in a sentence.