Where's the bear? Sight word practice.  A great intervention for students that do not know sight words. / could be adapted with colors, letters, and numbers

Sprinkles to Kindergarten!: Where's the Bear? In a small group setting, I set out ten cups at a time with a bear under each cup. If a student can read the word they get the bear.

These alphabet cards are a great letter sounds activity for preschool. Plus, they come in an easy and more challenging set for a total of 52 free cards!

52 free cards for teaching letter sounds

Kindergarten Reading Comprehension Passages Freebies!!

Reading skills and comprehension for 5 year olds in infantile or 1 EPO Kindergarten Reading Comprehension Passages Freebies!

Build a Flower Letter Sounds Sort - Free Printable - This Reading Mama

Build a Flower Letter Sounds Sort

PRESCHOOL Are you ready for spring? I am! If you’re not, you can get in the spring mood with this FREE Build a Flower Letter Sounds Sort! This pack features 25 beginning letter sound sorting flowers {excluding

Readers Response Sheets with visual elements to provide students with support. Includes 20 different readers responses printables that are perfect accountability for a reading or listening center.

Readers Response Sheets

Story elements Readers Response Sheets with visual elements to provide students with support. Includes 20 different readers responses printables that are perfect accountability for a reading or listening center.

laminate construction paper and apply lined paper with dry erase contact paper. LOVE this idea

laminate construction paper and apply lined paper with dry erase contact paper. LOVE this idea; or, print huge smiley faces, laminate, and use them as seat markers

I Can Read and Match -at words >> Part of the short a CVC Word Family…

To develop independence. Given a worksheet, crayons and a pencil, kids will read the word write it in the next column in the boxes then color in the words picture with whatever color crayon you want.

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