Differentiated learning: Letters, Names, sight words

literacy center sight word activities- put the sand in a pencil box for easy upkeep and clean up! NOTE: this only works with a thin layer of sand. If you put too much the writing doesn't show up. It went over okay with my kids, not their favorite

Feed the Alphabet Monster- great activity for little one's to practice letter recognition and even spelling! @icanteachmychil Repined by @CSHC

Feed the Alphabet Monster

Feed the Alphabet Monster activity (Toddlers & Preschoolers at had a lot of fun with this! I also added a healthy "food" picture that coincided with each letter to "feed the alphabet monster".

spelling words w/ clothes pin letters (fine motor and literacy) we could use it for name recognition- capital and lowercase letter matching or for simple sight words. Very awesome and super easy!

DIY Phonics Phones. Give children Phonics Phones and let them hear the words they say. Reading specialists know that children must hear the words and sounds (phonemes) they say in order to say words and sounds correctly. They`re fun, quiet, and effective!

DIY Phonics Phones

Classroom DIY: DIY Phonics Phones-pvc pipe, pvc elbow and duct tape to make them cute!

Alpha Beans Spelling Activity sharpie the alphabet onto dried butter beans and voila - spelling games galore!

Alpha Beans Spelling Activity sharpie the alphabet onto dried butter beans and voila - spelling games galore! Great "I'm Bored" activity

Children loved the free writing phonics table. Lots of independent word building.

Children loved the free writing phonics table. Lots of independent word building. Cover tables in paper

# 13- emergent writing I would use this in a writing center. Standard LL 7: Develop familiarity with writing implements, conventions, and emerging skills to communicate through written representations, symbols, and letters. LL 7 Indicators: • Use a variety of writing tools in an appropriate manner showing increasing muscular control. (4.1)

Letter recognition sensory bin provides the child with a sensory input that can assist him or her with letter memorization and identification.

Non-native Mommy: MAKATON - sign language

Makaton: This uses signs, symbols and speech to communicate with people who cannot communicate effectively. It is important because it has proven effective and can connect people who may not have had a chance before.

Use with sounds or numbers too

Our favourite phonic activity that can be adapted to practise anything and everything! Chalk your words on the ground, hand out a wet brush, call out a word and watch them wash it away!

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