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Find the letter tiles in the corn, then put them on the word search...great letter identification and practice reading simple words! It would be cute to switch out corn for other things {seasonal}

Little Piles Everywhere: ABC BINGO - LOWERCASE Shapes and colors too! Perfect time killer and/or inside activity for PEPPers and Ks

I display an alphabet mat for our focus letter(s). I’ve slid it into a plastic sleeve, and we do various activities with it as a whole group (i.e. trace it with a dry-erase marker, shape play-doh into As, find the As in the words, sort tactile letters onto it, etc.). {~5-7 min}

Learning about shapes. Using yarn to trace shapes, numbers and letters. Can also be a matching colors or pairing up pairs.

Online Read-Alouds that use expression and allow students to "follow the colored word" as they are read. Great for Daily 5-Listen to Reading!

Word Search Template Freebie for spelling, phonics, or sight words. My kids LOVE creating their own word searches

Setting up math and reading binders as centers for beginners in autism classroom. #autism #classroom #autismclassroom Repinned by Follow us at

Learning the letters in your name is an important skill. Generally, some of the first letters a child will learn are the letters in his own name.