Squish and Seek Sight Word Game - Playdough To Plato
Looking for some sight word practice that doesn't include flashcards? This easy-peasey, squeezy activity is one of our favorite sight word games!
Highlights of our Learning Launch! - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits
This week has been what I feel is best described as the learning launch! No longer am I just teaching procedures and expectations, but now I am adding that layer of academic challenges to really push my students to launch into a new year of learning. We have unlocked 6 pages of our Rise and […]
Reading the Alphabet Letter H (Lesson 15) - This Reading Mama
Wow! We’re nearly halfway through my free preschool curriculum, Reading the Alphabet. Today, I’m sharing freebies from Reading the Alphabet Letter H with you! *Keep scrolling until the end of this post to grab the free version of Reading the Alphabet Letter H. You can purchase our updated Reading the Alphabet Bundle Pack, stream-lined for easy ... Read More about Reading the Alphabet Letter H (Lesson 15)
From Phonics to Words with Slide Cards
Have you ever known you needed to do something that no one else knew about, but you still felt guilty? That’s how I’ve felt about posting this activity for months now. Literally months. This should have been my very first post ever. These slide cards are the most useful activity that I’ve ever created for my son. He did a great job learning phonics in kindergarten. But blending those phonics into words was a little more challenging for him. At the kindergarten curriculum meeting, the…
Sight Wordle - Simple Sight Word Center - Cara Carroll
Now that we’ve talked all about the Writing Center, let’s move on over to one of my other favorites…the Sight Word Center. Do you have a sight word center in your room? I LOVE mine. A special little center dedicated to nothing but sight words. This center is filled with TONS of options for …
25 Ways to Teach Sight Words!
I'm going to share with you some fun and engaging ways to teach sight words. I mentioned in this post, that I LOVE teaching sight words!! There are numerous reasons, but one of them is the essential fact that learning sight words is just a hop, skip and a jump away from reading fluently! Edward William Dolch, in 1948, created a list of words that he believed to be essential for all students to learn first! Many teachers have found this to be true. Unfortunately, not all words can be sounded…
French: Le Mot du Jour - Volume 2 and a giveaway!
I love all the resources I create, but one of my favorite sets is Le Mot du Jour. The reason I like it so much is because it helps teachers create a classroom routine. I know that to be true because they have told me through feedback on TpT and via email. I've had a lovely customer contact me about the possibility of creating a second set of worksheets and that's what I have done. I'll show you the new set in a second :) I've also had one teacher leave me feedback pointing out how much…