Strategies and tips to help young children learn or reinforce 1:1 tracking and correspondence! A great activity for kindergarten students or any young learner and a great way to see your students fine motor skills in action.
Fine Motor Activity with Letter Sounds. This is a great DIY project for your literacy center. Every classroom seems to have those small alphabet tiles, Here is a way to use them (and keep them organized)!
Scribble: How to Grow Budding Writers. Great information when starting on building those early fine motor skills as well as interest. Read more at: http://www.slj.com/2016/05/programs/scribble-how-to-grow-budding-writers/
This is a multiple choice worksheet. It allows students to use their comprehension skills to answer questions. I would use this as an individual activity for students to complete. Students would like this because it has pictures for them to color after.
Have you ever tried salt dough? It’s a fabulous material for creating projects with kids. It’s cheap, quick and easy to make, and can be used in many different ways. It’s also safe for young children who still taste things. I love that! Find out how to make some in under 5 minutes.