Where's the bear? Sight word practice

Where's the Bear? I wanted to post a pick of another favorite sight word game of my cuties. It's called Where's the Bear. I labeled Dixie cups with sight words. Then I turn them over onto a tray and hide a bear underneath one cup.

Phonics!

STARTING TO READ: IT’S PLAYTIME FUN WITH PHONICS

Homeschool ideas / Starting to Read: It’s Playtime Fun with Phonics. This week’s round-up collection features phonics activities for kids who are just starting to read. Come on over and link up!

Phonics activity using sorting baskets

Sorting Baskets Phonics Activity

Phonics 1 Phonics/Alphabet Baskets Sorting Activity (from The Imagination Tree) Make baskets with objects that sound like a specific letter. Give the students a basket and let them practice their phonics skills by naming the objects.

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Plastic Egg Word Families - for teaching rhyme and word beginnings/endings. They just spin one side of the egg for different words.

Sight word target practice

Sight Word Target Practice

This sight word target practice activity combines learning sight words with gross motor fun! Just grab some common materials for a fun learning game! (Nerf guns would be fun too!

Stickers on the dice all have a b or a d -- great activity to force kids to attend to letter shape when reading b/d and writing/tracing b/d

Activity for working with letter reversals! Stickers on the dice all have a b or a d -- great activity to encourage kids to attend to letter shape when reading b/d and writing/tracing b/d

Phonics pegs and lollipop sticks

Using clothespins and Popsicle sticks to teach phonics is a great way to support language development in older children!

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Fun fine motor activity - placing blocks or dominoes along a preprinted path

read write inc display board / Fred Table

Read write inc display board and Fred (Fred fingers help children segment and blend words onto their fingers and recombine again to spell a word)

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