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Student-led Word study anchor charts for consonant blends ( r blends, l blends, and s blends) Divide students into 4 groups and assign them a blend. As a team students should come up with as many words as possible that begin with their assigned blend. Call students back to whole group and each student gets to share their favorite word from the list their team created. Repeat activity for each anchor chart.
After your learners master CVC words, it's time to move on to words with beginning blends. These free games are great for small group work, learning centers, and word work. Use with beginning readers in kindergarten and first grade ... and with struggling readers in higher grades. #blends #phonics
Tired of flashcards? Here are some creative (and effective) ways to teach sight words (or dolch, high-frequency, fry, etc.). Love the hands on sensory activities!
FREE! Practice number bonds to 10 using this engaging Monster Dress-Up game! This fun game for kids works with any device including iPads, computers, interactive whiteboards and chromebooks in the classroom. An engaging addition to your kindergarten classroom math centers or use it whole group and easily keep everyone's attention. Runs from the Pink Cat Games educational website. #freegamesforkids #mathcenters #kindergarten #smartboard #numberbonds #additionactivities
This blog post shows how I use Heidisongs to introduce and practice new sight words along with working on handwriting in your kindergarten or preschool classroom. We love practicing our favorite songs with song, dance, and writing! Your students will enjoy this practice too whether you are using a Fry list or Dolce words. #kindergarten #prek #sightwords
Small Group Narrative Writing Lessons for Kindergarten | Learning at the Primary Pond #writinglessons #narrativewriting