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Counting Syllables with LEGO Bricks

Lego Syllable Counting Activity from "This Reading Mama" (In order for it to serve my phonemic awareness needs, I'd include a picture along with the printed word.)

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Sight Words Interactive Notebook: First Grade List

This interactive notebook provides a variety of ways for your students to practice their sight words. No more loose papers! Your students will have all their sight word work together in one place as a handy reference.

A fun way to learn your sight words. This Read it! Type it! Write it! pack is available for Preschool, Kinder and First Grade sight words.

Preschool name practice also do it with unifix cubes and count the number of letters. Compare with a friend. Who has more letters who has less?

"Have students get a trash ball, un-wad it, and read it to decide if it's a real word or a made up word. Variation: Write sight words on the crumpled sheets of paper. Spell some of them correctly and some of them incorrectly. Students get a trash ball, un-wad it and decide if the sight word is spelled correctly or incorrectly. .."

Google "Keyboard Template" and print on colored paper, laminate and you've got Word Work for a day!/great for spelling word practice.

FREE CVC and CCVC cards for making your own Build-It Write-It cards. Perfect for #literacy centers or small group instruction.

Daily 5: Word Work Idea!! Use letter beads on pipe cleaners to make words!...love this idea for sight words too.