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the kids pull out a stick and if they can read the word or phrase, they get to keep it...until someone pulls out the "Banger!" stick, and then all the sticks go back in the container and they start over.

This game is good for students to recognize letters & sounds in a fun way. This game is called Zap. The students take turns saying the letter name/sound on the stick they pull. If they get it right, they get to keep it, but if it's wrong they have to put it back. If they get a Zap! they have to put all their sticks back.

Free 'ap' word family activities. Great for centers and word work!

Rhythm and Movement for Kids with Rhythm Sticks - Over 20 suggestions using rhythm sticks to work on rhythm, following directions, fine and gross motor skills, and much more! One little tool provides an abundance of opportunities to teach little ones through play. Suitable for babies on up.

FREE Word Families - Picture Scramble Cut and Paste booklets. Something new for word work!

I dictate a rhythm, and a member of each team uses popsicle stick notation spell out that rhythm as quickly as possible. When they're finished, they ring their bell. The first team to accurately complete the rhythm gets a point.