Ready2Read Level 2 Unit 1
I am SO excited to finally be able to post the first unit for Ready2Read Level 2! This has truly been a labor of love and I couldn't be happier with the
Counting Syllables with LEGO Bricks
*This post contains affiliate links. MBug (age 4) is really beginning to pick up on her understanding of how words are built (rhyming, syllables, and letter sounds). She really enjoys counting syllables, so I knew that counting syllables with our LEGO DUPLO blocks would be fun for her. NJoy (age 5.5) has been able to ... Read More about Counting Syllables with LEGO Bricks
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Consonant Digraph Garden - I Can Teach My Child!
Teach your child to recognize and read consonant digraphs /th/, /sh/, and /ch/ with a digraph garden!
ABC and Phonics Worksheets
MES Phonics has upper case and lower case practice exercises, worksheet to learn the alphabet, beginner reader phonics worksheets, flashcards, game cards and more.
First Grade School Box
THANK YOU First Grader...at Last! for this AWESOME IDEA! I painted popsicle sticks and wrote the words with permanent marker. I color coded the phonics rule. This one is blue. Each set is color coded so when students mix-up sets, they can differentiate. I color coded the back of each fry, too.
Customizable I Spy Sensory Bag for Lots of Learning Fun | HOAWG
An I Spy sensory bag is a great tool for learning all sorts of things! Preschoolers can search for letters while kindergartners can search for sight words.
Spelling, sorting, and mapping...just a few new activities that are popular right now
I found a big bag of letter beads on sale at the craft store and I am trying to find creative uses for them. Here's a simple language work w...
Why I love Jolly Phonics - How Wee Learn
Exploring, creating, and discovering is how we learn! Focusing on creative learning activities for kids!
Squishing Sight Words: a fun hands-on learning activity
Practicing sight words can be fun when you squish them! Combine sensory fun with sight words for some great, hands-on reading practice!