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use a large magnetic drip pan for this center where children practice working with letters and sounds by using magnetic letters to make CVC words.

Check out this bunch of great ideas for early literacy skills.

For this center, the teacher can write targeted sight words on the top of the page. During centers students can practice writing the words with different colors of crayons as indicated by the color word on the left. For a variation, children can pull a card with the targeted word out of a basket or a hat.

For this center, from Tiffany Taylor's class, students match pictures to large letters to practice beginning sounds. Go to the following links for possible clip art for this activity Alphabet Stickers from Cherry Carl's website (Go down about half way on the page and click on Alphabet Stickers) Black & White Alphabet Clip Art

For this center, from Lori Grimstad's class, children build the sight word that the teacher has written with magnetic letters. They then say the word and write it in the right column with a dry erase marker.

oodles of literacy centers, stamp center ready, sight word color writing ready. I want to do the ABC caterpillar and the tall small fall sort. also the sight words on sentence strips cut up (they have to put them back together)

literacy work stations (Debbie Diller style) Trying this 4th nine weeks!!!! Loving the buddy system!

Easy to make by printing out or gluing a picture. Laminate cards and use dry erase markers.