Kindergarten literacy

Boost your child's literacy skills in kindergarten with these exciting and interactive activities. Discover effective strategies to develop reading and writing abilities in a fun and educational way.
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10 Literacy Station Ideas for Kindergarten

Simple kindergarten literacy stations that will last you ALL YEAR! Let me show you how to simplify your students learning. Writing, stamping, listening, and so many other center ideas are in this blog post to help your students gain independence.

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Sheyla Rivera
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Kindergarten Centers and the Science of Reading Teaching Tips

Recently, I have seen some debates on using centers and the Science of Reading. If you have been a teacher for a long time, centers were a HUGE part of Balanced Literacy. Recently, teachers have shifted away from balanced of literacy to research based Science of Reading. You can read my Science of Reading Post ... Read More about Centers and the Science of Reading

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Meghan Simonson
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Secret Sentences - Literacy Center

This is one of my favorite centers for students to practice beginning sounds, simple sight words, CVC words and sentence structure. Students will love getting their detective on and working out the mystery sentences. To complete the activity, students use their early phonetic skills to write the beginning sound of each picture using whiteboard marker. They can then copy the sentence onto the template provided or into their books while adding the correct punctuation. There are 24 different…

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