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Students practice spelling each others names...could do with sight words too! Could add snapshots of kids w/mags to match w/names, too... PS

Easy.. Create each child's name on computer, put inside a sheet protector....when making their name-----make first letter means go.. Last letter red.. Red means stop. Provide lots of capital and lowercase letters to manipulate. Write your own name or a friends name

name writing practice - for each letter in a child's name

Letter Hunt during guided reading.

This could be done with sight words, numbers, letters of the alphabet, etc!

To practice identifying colors, but also begin working with letters.

Use a hairband and it works too! Really helps student GRIP correctly! Totally need to try this with Peyton!

from Pages Of Grace

Sight Word Swat

Are you looking for some fun ideas and activities for teaching sight words? Check out this interactive activity to help students master sight words! This game is great for literacy centers and independent practice for the classroom and homeschool. Great for advanced pre k, kindergarten, and first grade. My kids love learning sight words with this activity. Help improve sight word fluency and keep kids moving. Click on the picture to see how we use this activity.

Easter Egg Matching Activity I recently made this matching activity for my younger kids out of Easter eggs. I bought a pack of 18 eggs from the dollar store and knew I wanted to do something with them, aside from using them for only Easter. First, I made a set using numbers (1-10)