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A word wall is a great way to display words that the children use often so they know how to spell them without having to ask another student or the teacher all the time. As the year progresses you could take words down that they have learned and put up different ones for them to learn.

A word wall is a great way to display words that the children use often so they know how to spell them without having to ask another student or the teacher all the time. As the year progresses you could take words down that they have learned and put up different ones for them to learn.

Pre-Primer Sight Words Playdough Mats {FREE} for Kindergarten Word Work. They can also be used as flash cards (print 4 on 1 page), tracing cards with a dry-erase marker, with wikki sticks, dot-paints. Could also make TACTILE cards by gluing colored sand on the letters and children can finger trace the words... Heaps of uses for these!

Pre-Primer Sight Words Playdough Mats {FREE} for Kindergarten Word Work. They can also be used as flash cards (print 4 on 1 page), tracing cards with a dry-erase marker, with wikki sticks, dot-paints. Could also make TACTILE cards by gluing colored sand on the letters and children can finger trace the words... Heaps of uses for these!

Book Folding Pattern for a Beautiful Butterfly +FREE TUTORIAL

Book Folding Pattern for a Beautiful Butterfly +FREE TUTORIAL

This pattern enables the folder to create the pattern pictured in to a book. Its not as complicated as it looks! the result is extremely fab patterns to buy

Friday Five: New Purposes for Old Picture Frames

Friday Five: New Purposes for Old Picture Frames

I like the framed words as a bedroom decor idea! The frame really adds something - I love this idea for all the frames we find in our estate work

Word Recognition #2 This activity is done by having students take turns slaping on a word and saying it    could be done with sight words, numbers, letters of the alphabet, etc! Use with alphabet letters for younger or lower level students.

Word Recognition #2 This activity is done by having students take turns slaping on a word and saying it could be done with sight words, numbers, letters of the alphabet, etc! Use with alphabet letters for younger or lower level students.

Vocabulary activity using plastic eggs.  Sorry there isn't a link, just a picture, but you get the idea.  Great activity for Easter.

Vocabulary activity using plastic eggs. Sorry there isn't a link, just a picture, but you get the idea. Great activity for Easter.

Sight Word Make-It Station - I would love to use this idea by putting flash cards on the top section.  That way the same sheet could be used over and over, and any words could be practiced!

Sight Word Make-It Station - I would love to use this idea by putting flash cards on the top section. That way the same sheet could be used over and over, and any words could be practiced!

This is a great activity to keep stocked in your literacy centers! It’s low prep and students LOVE it! I love it too for the additional fine motor practice it allows! The words are the first 25 High-Frequency Words by Fountas and Pinnell) To get started: *Print and copy the pages you’d like to use *Place them in a bin with scissors, a glue sticks, and several child friendly magazines, catalogs, or advertisements for students to search for their words! *Let your students have at it!

Sight Word Hunt (25 High-Frequency Words) K, First Grade

This is a great activity to keep stocked in your literacy centers! It’s low prep and students LOVE it! I love it too for the additional fine motor practice it allows! The words are the first 25 High-Frequency Words by Fountas and Pinnell) To get started: *Print and copy the pages you’d like to use *Place them in a bin with scissors, a glue sticks, and several child friendly magazines, catalogs, or advertisements for students to search for their words! *Let your students have at it!

another pinner said: I use this project when I start my multiplication unit to teach repeated addition, groups of, commutative property, and arrays. You could also replace one with a multiplication word problem and picture.

another pinner said: I use this project when I start my multiplication unit to teach repeated addition, groups of, commutative property, and arrays. You could also replace one with a multiplication word problem and picture.