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Read the Room is an activity where children are actively seeking different concepts throughout the room. Whether they are seeking letters, words, etc., they are given the opportunity to be actively involved in the activity. By moving around the room, finding the object, recognizing what the object is, and documenting on their sheet what they find, children are completing multiple steps of understanding during the activity.

Gingerbread Read the Room Words

Read the Room is an activity where children are actively seeking different concepts throughout the room. Whether they are seeking letters, words, etc., they are given the opportunity to be actively involved in the activity. By moving around the room, finding the object, recognizing what the object is, and documenting on their sheet what they find, children are completing multiple steps of understanding during the activity.

Beginning sound practice for kindergarten and preschool.

Write the Room with Beginning Sounds

Write the sight words on a board and scatter letters on post it notes around the classroom - This Reading Mama.

Post-A-Word: A Sight Word Scavenger Hunt

Post-A-Word Sight Word Scavenger Hunt: Love this! Write sight words on board with matching blank squares. Write letters on post it notes and stick them around the room. The kids find the letters and build the words on the board. Use to teach names!

Sight Words: When They Just Don't Stick | This Reading Mama

Sight Words: When They Just Don't Stick

Sometimes readers have a hard time learning or remembering sight words. Understanding the development of word learning can help you teach your reader.

The parts of a parent reader. Teachers, printable to send home with parents. Share on websites and blogs.  Help spread the word for parents to #ReadWithAChild

Spread the word to Read With a Child. Find this poster as well as short, concise paragraphs for school newsletters, principals’ letters, or teachers’ emails to encourage parents to support their children at home in becoming successful readers and writers.

Kids pull a pencil with a letter flag on it, and then find the letter on their recording sheet and color it in.  Free recording sheet provided!

It's "OWL" Good in Kindergarten: Kid tested, Teacher approved, ABC activity with FREE recording sheet

Read the Room is an activity where children are actively seeking different concepts throughout the room. Whether they are seeking letters, words, etc., they are given the opportunity to be actively involved in the activity. By moving around the room, finding the object, recognizing what the object is, and documenting on their sheet what they find, children are completing multiple steps of understanding during the activity.

Gingerbread Read the Room Letters

Read the Room is an activity where children are actively seeking different concepts throughout the room. Whether they are seeking letters, words, etc., they are given the opportunity to be actively involved in the activity. By moving around the room, finding the object, recognizing what the object is, and documenting on their sheet what they find, children are completing multiple steps of understanding during the activity.

Have you ever used sound boxes (otherwise known as Elkonin Boxes) in your classroom? Basically, it's a way to strengthen your students' ph...

Have you ever used sound boxes (otherwise known as Elkonin Boxes) in your classroom? Basically, it's a way to strengthen your students' ph...

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