sight word practice

Creative way to make printing practice fun

Scribble Doodle and Draw: use paint baggies to practice printing letters, sight words, spelling words, etc. so many ways! --I like the addition of the qtip as the writing tool for fine motor practice!

Set up a simple fine motor activity to work on letter recognition. This letter matching activity can be set up various ways depending on your child's skill level: alphabetical order, uppercase/ lowercase letter recognition, sequencing, etc!

PRESCHOOL Set up a simple fine motor activity to work on letter recognition. This letter matching activity can be set up various ways depending on your child's skill level: alphabetical order, uppercase/ lowercase letter recognition, sequencing, etc!

GENIUS! Use dollar store trash cans to sort words by feeding them into the slots!! & a ton of ideas for teaching the EW UE UI vowel pattern!

Use dollar store trash cans to sort words by feeding them into the slots! & a ton of ideas for teaching the EW UE UI vowel pattern! This helps with decoding in reading.

Literacy through interest based play

Using blocks to build large letters // tactile and kinesthetic learning // literacy small groups letters

Ziploc bags with tempera paint. We practiced color mixing, fine motor skills, sensory exploration, and letter writing. It felt like getting messy... without the mess!

Ziploc bags with tempera paint. We practiced color mixing, fine motor skills, sensory exploration, and letter writing. It felt like getting messy. without the mess! Again, just a picture no link but so worth sharing this GREAT idea.

Beginning of the year center must-have!

For Write the Room: change out "hunts" each week (initial sounds, final sounds, word families, etc).ABSOLUTELY LOVE this idea of how to change up Write the Room!

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