Phonics, Literacy, and Letters

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Tired of the same old boring spelling homework and activities for kids? Here are 75 FUN Ways to Practice Spelling - writing & fine motor, gross motor, oral, games & online fun! Help kids learn those spelling words in a fun, meaningful and memorable way! Spelling Activities, Literacy Activities, Activities For Kids, Literacy Centers, Spelling Worksheets, Literacy Stations, Early Literacy, Kids Spelling Games, Writing Games For Kids

75 Fun Ways to Practice and Learn Spelling Words

My first grader has a spelling list of 10 words each week that she has to learn. As a teacher, I was always on the giving end of these ...

Taalontwikkeling Learning letters-painting over chalked letters using water. Preschool Literacy, Literacy Activities, In Kindergarten, Preschool Activities, 3 Year Old Activities, 3 Year Old Preschool, Pre Reading Activities, Phonics Reading, Early Literacy

Learning letters

I posted before about pre-writing and pre-reading activities that have helped Tabitha to develop some of the skills she will eventually need for reading and writing. Over the last few months she has shown an interest in letters, so in this post I'd like to share how she is learning letter sounds and formation. Here…

Pipe cleaner letters - 25 more diy educational activities for kids toddler fine motor activities, Toddler Fine Motor Activities, Educational Activities For Kids, Alphabet Activities, Literacy Activities, Alphabet Crafts, Educational Toys, Kindergarten Literacy, Early Literacy, Early Learning

Learning Letters with Pipe Cleaners | Make and Takes

Were using pipe cleaners to form learning letters today. It's the perfect activity for little ones learning the alphabet and beginning reading skills!

Simple DIY Building Words Center- children could identify beginning, middle or ending sounds using a different coloured magnet. Kindergarten Centers, Kindergarten Literacy, Early Literacy, Preschool Writing, Preschool Ideas, Teaching Ideas, Language Activities, Classroom Activities, Phonics Activities

Simple DIY Building Words Center

I want to share a simple DIY building word center that you can make for your students! You can use this with CVC words, or have them pract...

fine motor activity-love all things Montessori! Motor Skills Activities, Alphabet Activities, Fine Motor Skills, Learning Activities, Toddler Activities, Preschool Activities, Pre Writing, Chenille, Gross Motor

Nurturing the tender years

I know it has been a while since I did a Nurturing Virtue post. There are two reasons for this, one is that I am working on a rather large project related to our virtue studies, which I will eventually share as a whole on this blog, and you will understand where my energies have been going (I just don’t have time at this point to duplicate my efforts into the project I am working on and posting it here too, but it will eventually be available to all of you in its completed form). The second…

Dot Worksheets: Alphabet Activity Sheets for Preschool and Kindergarten Using stickers with Lots of Dots worksheets.letter recognition and fine motor activityUsing stickers with Lots of Dots worksheets.letter recognition and fine motor activity Alphabet Crafts, Alphabet Activities, Literacy Activities, Preschool Activities, Preschool Alphabet, Learning Letters, Kids Learning, Preschool Literacy, Kindergarten

ABC Dot Worksheets: Alphabet Activity Sheets for Preschool and Kindergarten

Alphabet activities and fine motor fun. ABC dot activity sheets can be used in a variety of ways to help kids learn letter recognition and letter formation while strengthening fine motor skills. This set is appropriate for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, RTI, SPED or homeschool classrooms. Uppercas...

Fun and easy to throw together alphabet activities for kids and early childhood education classrooms. These alphabet activities for kids are fun too. Preschool Literacy, Preschool Letters, Early Literacy, Literacy Activities, In Kindergarten, Activities For Kids, Crafts For Kids, Educational Activities, Alphabet Crafts

Alphabet Crafts For Kids - No Time For Flash Cards

Alphabet crafts for kids. Get creative and learn all about letters by creating with them.

Teaching Children About Letters {Using meaningful, contextual teaching and letting go of Letter of the Week} -- how children learn, how that applies to teaching letters, and real ideas to use with kids *Next year! Preschool Letters, Kindergarten Literacy, Alphabet Activities, Preschool Learning, Literacy Activities, Early Learning, Teaching Kids, Letters Kindergarten, Early Literacy

How to Teach the Alphabet Without Letter of the Week

Stumped about how to teach the alphabet in preschool and kindergarten? Read here for how to do just that and why you don't need letter of the week to do it!

Ping Pong Alphabet Bounce game using ping pong balls and food container. (Could use egg carton instead! Alphabet Games, Learning The Alphabet, Preschool Learning, Teaching Kids, Teaching Resources, Letter Games, Preschool Class, Alphabet Letters, Learning Spanish

Ping Pong Alphabet Bounce - I Can Teach My Child!

This is a super-simple activity that Little Brother loved! I used leftover ping pong balls from our hands-on blood demonstration and the plastic inserts

Smart School House: Letter Recognition: Pre-K Teaching Letter Recognition, Teaching Letters, Teaching Kids, Fun Learning, Learning Activities, Activities For Kids, Preschool Literacy, In Kindergarten, Childhood Education

Pre K Letter Recognition Activity

This letter recognition activity focuses on matching uppercase and lower case letters for a Pre K aged child.

word building, name building (and crossing the line) - teach mama Preschool Literacy, Literacy Skills, Early Literacy, Word Skills, Kindergarten, Teaching Kids, Kids Learning, Teaching Reading, Teaching Tools

word building, name building (and crossing the line) - teach mama

I try really hard to mix things up for Owen and Cora during homework time; some days they just color. Some days they paint. But at least 2-3 times each week I sneak in some specific literacy or math-related activities. And if they express an interest in doing something fine-motor related, I’ll certainly let them […]

PLAY DOUGH NAMES — Create play dough name mats for each of the students. It’s as easy as writing their names on paper and laminating them. They can use the play dough to trace over each letter in their names. Kindergarten Names, Preschool Names, Kindergarten Centers, Kindergarten Literacy, Early Literacy, Name Writing Activities, Early Learning Activities, Alphabet Activities, Literacy Activities

Using playdough name mats is a wonderful way to develop letter and name recognition as well as fine motor skills. I printed each child's name in large letters on a sheet of cardstock paper and laminated it. you can print colored letters matching to the colors of play dough you have on hand. They then rolled the playdough into "snakes" and put it over the letters on the name mat.