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Build a Marble Run with Craft Sticks

Shoebox lid & craft sticks- these are wide ones, and low temp glue gun. Endless fun and all you need is a shoe box lid and Popsicle sticks! Build a marble run or "Plinko" with all kinds of different creative designs via Frugal Fun For Boys

Phonics/Alphabet Baskets Sorting Activity- for independent practice station or reading station

Phonic Baskets Sorting Activity (from The Imagination Tree). Take a few boxes or baskets, write a letter on a piece of paper and gather many different items that begin with the letter. Have the student put the items in the corrected basket/ boxes.

LEGO Word Family Sorting ~ Don't just sort words on paper! Sort them with DUPLO LEGO bricks. They are hands-on and very colorful! | This Reading Mama

LEGO Word Family Sorting ~ Sort words written on DUPLO LEGO bricks to form word families. Then encourage youngsters to read and write the word family lists. You could also do this with equivalent fractions/decimals/percents. make a tower of equivalents!

sight word activities

100 kids' literacy and language activities by topic, theme and season. An excellent resource for hands-on, multi-sensory creative learning.

Play with word families by building "Cat in the Hat" hats...I like this better than the itsy bitty cut and paste we've been doing.

Can also add to the hat each time a child had learned a new sight word. Play with word families by building "Cat in the Hat" hats.I like this better than the itsy bitty cut and paste we've been doing.

Read, Write, Build- Pre-Primer and Primer sight words. Perfect for Guided Reading and Word Work centers.

I want to prepare these before the school year to always have for literacy centers! Read, Write, Build- Pre-Primer and Primer sight words. Perfect for Guided Reading and Word Work centers.

Cute Christmas ornament craft, this could be great for a writing activity (the day I got trapped in a snow globe)

Cute Christmas ornament craft, this could be great for a writing activity (the day I got trapped in a snow globe) or parent gift from prek students