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Find 10 FREE sight word games and activities for your students to use during literacy centers. Many of these require very little materials to make.
Kelly Selander saved to sight words
Literacy Center Ideas - hands-on literacy center activities perfect for 5-8 years | you clever monkey
Iris Padilla saved to Activities diy
Digraph word sort centers and so many great digraphs reading centers for kindergarten and first grade
Miss Giraffe saved to Digraphs
Fantastically fun literacy games so kids can enjoy learning about the alphabet, phonics, letter recognition, rhyming activities, sight words and more.
Eiza Pinheiro saved to English
With my small group pull-out sessions limited to half-hour increments, I'm always looking for quick, engaging reading and writing activities to reinforce literacy skills. I used to think dice games were only for teaching math and probability, but I'm starting to discover that there are ENDLESS possibilities for using dice with literacy. Are you looking for a few ideas? Well... let's shake and roll! 3 Roll-a-Dice Activities for Reading & Writing My roll-a-dice resource collection continues to…
Mary Bird-Lowry saved to School - Phonics
The Climb and Slide activity is perfect for learning and practicing those Wild Old Words! This activity and more are contained in the Wild Old Words Phonics Kit!
Karla Martens saved to SLP ideas
Hack your Jenga game for reading fun with your early or struggling reader. Great for revising sight words and CVC words, developing decoding skills and fluency.
Patricia Anthony saved to Centers
Teaching kids to read doesn't have to be stressful. From introducing letters to playing sight word and reading games, let us show you how to make it fun!
Piticul Curios saved to Citit
Engaging sentence building activity to teach your students about sentences and their parts. This color-coded resource is perfect for K-1 literacy centers.
Nancy Holloway saved to Centers 21/22
These free games can be played with ELA, math or science vocabulary games! Perfect for reading or math centers!
Jamie Scrapbookingprincess saved to ELA