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    Whack-a-word! Call out a word and who ever hits it first with the hammer gets to keep it. Could think of lots of applications for this - recognizing sight words, finding rhyming words, learning vocabulary, auditory bombardment for articulation... - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

    Connect 4 word work

    One kid calls out word while the other two race to smack it

    So what can you do with a giant fly swatter? Swat giant flies, of course. Super fun activity for practicing sight words or letters and sounds.

    Bowling for words (I would use velcro dots to attach word cards so they can be changed easily)

    segmentación palabras. un salto por cada sílaba

    Connect matching pairs of sight words (or letters, numbers, whatever) with string on the floor.

    literacy center spelling activity

    Preschool Math Word Problems- use with counting bears....each child gets a baggy of 5 bears and an envelope. 5 bears are in your bag. Put 2 bears in the envelope. How many bears are left in your bag?

    Each child got a list, clip board, pencil and one flash card (on a headband). Then the students roamed around the room reading sight words. They drew a line from their peer's name to the sight word they read off their peer's forehead. Such a cute idea.

    Sight Word Hopscotch

    greater than, less than, possibly have them do multiplication or really large numbers...

    Don't Spill the Words - Start with a few sight words and add more as kids progress! (Works well for words from word work too.)

    Common Core Classrooms: Introducing Sight Words With Color Words

    Sight Word activities

    stamp-a-word

    This Preposition Activity would be cool for any kid. You could even make your own version! #education #learning #kids

    Joyful Learning In KC: Daily 5 Word Work

    Finger Twister Game - $4.99 // I bet you could easily make this for a simple party favor. Or for tables for guest to play with while waiting for food.

    Split class into 2 teams. Teacher writes words on whiteboard. One person from each team gets an eraser. Teacher calls out a word. First team to erase the word gets a point.