For the kids. Put practice sheets into plastic sheet protectors so students can practice with a dry erase marker then erase when finished so its ready for the next day/next student. Idea: Chart Binders from Teacher Tipster.
Stickers on the dice all have a b or a d -- great activity to force kids to attend to letter shape when reading b/d and writing/tracing b/d Could do with spelling words for bigger kids. Number the dice and number the words.
Little Hands, Big Work. A website with activities for developing early literacy skills. The activity pictured is easy and great for fine motor skills - peeling off the stickers and good for kids not excited to get their hands messy.
Crocodile, Crocodile, Down by the lake, I'll reach in, to see what sound you ate. Kids reach in and choose a letter and tell me the sound but if they get a snap card they can draw again. 3 snap cards and the game is over.
Use velcro to attach them to the wall and they make an instant station activity. Sort magnetic letters by their features/colors. Later in the year they could probably build sight words on them with magnetic letters.