What's on the Tray?
I'm a little late posting my trays this week, but I hope you enjoy them! We aren't following a theme this week, just working on some fun skills! Beginning Sound Sort Sort the items in the bowl by their beginning sound. Nuts & Bolts One of our favorites: Match each nut to the correctly sized bolt and screw it on. Washcloth Folding Fold each washcloth into 1/4ths, then stack. Button Sorting Sort the buttons by the number of holes each has. Counting Straws Place the correct number of straws…
Learning the alphabet with clothes pegs
Here is a great idea I picked up from Jamin's blog All you need is a large plastic coat hanger (the sort from the dry cleaner's is perfect) & wooden clothes pegs. Now, we all know how much littlies just love to peg things, dont we! LOL! I put the upper case letters at the top of the peg and lower case letters at the bottom. On the back I numbered them 1-26 . Once they are all clipped on, turn the hanger over and see if all the numbers are in order. So it's self checking! Brilliant :)
Word Building With Letter Magnets & Word Families - No Time For Flash Cards
Fun word building activity for PreK or Kindergarten using letter magnets and word families.
Writing Center Activities for Young Learners Bundle Distance Learning Packet
This product is a MONEY SAVING BUNDLE of two of my writing activities for young learners.Here is the description for Part 1:Kindergartners and First Graders love to write! Friends' names, word wall words, color words, number words, shopping lists, sentences. You name it, they'll write it!This packet...
Letter Maze: M | Worksheet | Education.com
Someone spilled the milk! Kids follow the M's to draw a path from the milk carton to the mug in the letter maze on this kindergarten reading worksheet.