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Literacy centre activity ideas for your classroom. Perfect for year old stu… Literacy centre activity ideas for your classroom. Perfect for year old students in Junior Primary or Elementary grades. Teaching Kindergarten, Teaching Reading, Reading Fluency, Kindergarten Sight Words, Guided Reading, Teaching Sight Words, Sight Word Games, Sight Word Activities, Reading Centers


Literacy Center Ideas - hands-on literacy center activities perfect for 5-8 years | you clever monkey

& Feel Letters Touch & Feel Letters, with FREE printable templates!Touch & Feel Letters, with FREE printable templates! Letter Activities, Preschool Activities, Preschool Printables, Letter Identification Activities, Teaching Letter Recognition, Emotions Preschool, Nursery Activities, Preschool Writing, Therapy Activities

Touch & Feel Letters

Make your own set of touch & Feel Letters for a multi sensory way to learn letter formation and word building!

Sight word practice - tape down all the sight words we have learned in your classroom. Call it your Sight Word Walk Teaching Sight Words, Sight Word Practice, Sight Word Games, Sight Word Activities, Classroom Activities, Learning Activities, Classroom Organization, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Ideas

Sight Word Floor Game

Here's another anonymous idea I found on my BEST Teaching Tips & Tools board. If anyone knows who to credit for this great idea, please share! Putting sight words on the floor would create an instant game. Students could compete to see how far down the path they could get. Another version for older children could be to write vocab words or review questions on each card. It might be easy to use floor tape or painters tape for this idea if you plan on pulling them up or changing them often…

Another pinner said Seusstastic Classroom Inspirations: Word Work. Students place the lily pad "sight words" or any word families around the room and say them as they hop on each word. I can see adapting this for any math skill as well! Kindergarten Literacy, Early Literacy, Literacy Activities, Preschool, Literacy Centers, Teaching Reading, Teaching Tools, Teaching Resources, Learning

Daily 6 Chapter 6-Part 2 Word Work

This is by far one of my favorite parts of D5. My students have loved all the activities I've made for them. I split up this chapter because I have so many ideas that I have used for writing & word work & wanted to share them with you! I do work work activities based around spelling, vocab, seasonal, word wall, amazing & sight words. First I show them some but not all the materials they can use during word work. They must know where to find the materials and where to put them back…