Sight Word Crayon Rubbing Activity - The OT Toolbox
This sight word activity has been so much fun. I got the idea when Big Sister came home from school with some sight word crayon rubbings. She made them during centers in her Kindergarten class. I had the idea that we could make our own version at home for added practice (and fun!). We ... Read more
Word Families- puzzle piece game
This is a great activity for the students to build word families. This packet is a three puzzle piece game that you can put in the literacy center, or use for small groups. This packet includes all short a,e,i,o,u CVC sounds. With this game the student can work on beginning sounds, blends, vowels...
Alphabet Ping-Pong Drop Literacy Game - The Imagination Tree
Make a fun and engaging early literacy game for kids using alphabet ping pong balls and letter tubes. Exciting, fun and adaptable for younger and older kids!
How To Make Story Stones and Facilitate Group Storytelling (Plus Birthday Pics)
Do you love stories? I absolutely do! Today (as I appear here after nearly two weeks) my head is buzzing with dozens of stories to tell you all from the
Summer Activities & Centers for Little Learners - Pocket of Preschool
Summer is finally here, and it’s time to celebrate with FUN, hands-on SUMMER themed activities your little learners will go bonkers for! Take the learning outside or get messy inside and enjoy the summer season. Grab your lesson planner, and lets jump right in! If you would like ALL the Summer Themed Math & Literacy...Read More
Tracking print--the FUN way!
One important part of teaching is to make sure that the students are engaged in learning, whether it be a whole group, small group, or independent activity. One way I encourage my students to remain engaged while reading (or counting) is using FUN print trackers!! We have martian fingers from Really Good Stuff... ...googly eye sticks (made from googly eyes and a popsicle stick)... ...star pointers from either Walmart or The Dollar Tree... and LASER lights!! As you can see, we use a variety…