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Word Work!!

Using tiny pasta letters to spell. TONS of literacy work station ideas in this post! [could do this with magnetic letters too.or writing with white board markers]

Love these candy corn puzzles.  I can't find a link to a printable but I think I could make them easy enough.

Uppercase/Lowercase letter match or Beginning Sounds with Candy Corn! This would be SUPER cute for a lesson or learning center for fall!

Building sight words and other activities for teaching and practicing sight words.  Free printables!

5 Free sample templates for building sight words and other ideas for teaching and practicing sight words- kindergarten class

Good idea for a busy bag

fine motor clothespin activity: Make alphabet on clothes pins and word flash cards for child to spell out.

Math and literacy centers with play doh

Play Doh Activity Center Pack

We all know that young children learn best through hands-on activities. When children can manipulate...

Cookie Sheet Activities Pre K- K Bundle- Early Literacy and Numeracy Activities (Make, Take & Teach)

Cookie sheet activities for early literacy and numeracy skills. Rhyme, ABC Order, CVC words and

This website has an unending list of ready made items for centers. Each one is sorted for a specific center. Word work, poetry, writing, grammar.....

This website has an unending list of ready-made items for centers. Each one is sorted for a specific center - Word work, poetry, writing, grammar, etc.

Sensory Sand - writing letters

Use a pencil case to store sand and an unsharpened pencil to practice writing letters, names, and words. You could use the same setup for writing in the sand with your finger. ***Could use in Word Work with Daily 5

I am absolutely THRILLED with my newest Sight Word products because Audrey LOVES them! It involves coloring, cutting and pasting.  How fun i...

Sight Word Make-a-Match! Cut and Paste the correct sight words to match the sight word in the the box. Same word. different fonts!

Sight words preschool

Matching a sentence to a picture. [could create sentences based on something he's reading (comprehension building), or using specific sight words. use post-it notes & put them right on the pages of a picture book.

Printables: Alphabet Tracing Papers {Laminate and Use Dry Erase Crayons To Use More Than Once}

LAWTEEDAH: Printables: Alphabet Tracing Papers - yes! Now, will my school let me laminate for my own house?