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    How To Write a Word Like It Sounds

    I like this video. The singer does not put the /u/ sound behind the blend. (PET PEEVE)

    Sight word songs.

    My students are rocking out pronouns with this song.

    Fun and entertaining vowel team song! Great to teach sounds of vowel pairs ai, ea, oa, and ay.

    "My students love this song. It is so effective for reinforcing the silent e rule. I made pictures and word cards and a sparkly e manipulative for every word pair in the song. They love to watch this over and over!"

    I've used this song with my students. It has over 30 similes. I did three activities with it. Allowed them to first just listen to it with the lyrics showing on YouTube. Next, I told them to write as many as they could in their journals while listening to the song. I allowed the kids to pick one of the similes in the song and do an illustration (with help from art teacher). I am going to make a video with their pics using the song! The video is complete! Great idea! already have the song

    7 Continents Song

    Vowel Game •Each child has a laminated strip of vowels and a clothespin. •I say a CVC word like "cat." •The children listen and then put their clothespin on the vowel they hear in the CVC word. What is so great about this game is that you can have the children hold up their strips and you can quickly check and see who is "getting it." And best of all, it is fun!

    No, David! by David Shannon (The original story with sound effects)

    Noun Song - Have Fun Teaching

    50 states song in geographical order. One pinner said...My kids and I had so much fun learning this song, and now we can easily find any state.

    The Continents Song

    -ing song and video

    gotta keep reading ---To the tune of the Black Eyed Peas I Gotta about a great way to build fluency!

    The B-D Song - for young children with letter reversals

    Writing is Cool!!!!!!! (song for kids about the basics of beginning writing)

    The first mentor text teaches students the "tools" they need to write a friendly letter. The second mentor text shows students how authors use onomatopoeia in their writing. Both can be linked to a mini-lesson or follow-up activity with writing.

    This is an amazing book to teach the writing process to young children! It's full of great vocabulary as well.