Letter walk: walk around the neighborhood looking for letters on signs, and then fold down tab on the plate.

Make this letter wheel out of a paper plate and then walk around the neighborhood looking for letters on signs, license plates, and utility boxes. Whenever you find one of the letters, fold it down on the plate. For Naomi on car trips.

letter reversals b and d;

Helping kids with letter reversal. Come Together Kids: Easy Letter Reversal Solution.

sight word dominoes - love this idea!

Sight Word Dominoes & Speed Racer Game

READING: Sight Word Dominoes – A fun game to help students learn sight words or new vocabulary in no time!

Love this idea!  (I often see similar activities for math, but this is the first time I've seen this activity used within a literacy lesson.)

What is the Question?

This is an activity that is usually used in math class, but I think it also works really well as a revision tool! Simply write an answer on the board, students then write questions to match the answer.

FREE! This fun freebie makes learning about (and reviewing) nouns much easier than petting a hungry monster! Quick and easy min-lessons make it easy for teachers too! Perfect for second and third grades!

This fun freebie makes learning nouns much easier than petting a hungry monster! Quick and easy min-lessons make it easy for your second and third graders, and for teachers too!

Stel je voor dat letters geld kosten. Dan zou je wel drie keer nadenken voor je een woord zou maken. Op dit principe is het volgende spel gebaseerd. Alle letters hebben in dit spel namelijk een specifieke waarde in euro's, zoals te lezen op het spelblad. En hierdoor worden spelling, woordenschat en rekenen moeiteloos gecombineerd.

Stel je voor dat letters geld kosten. Dan zou je wel drie keer nadenken voor je een woord zou maken. Op dit principe is het volgende spel gebaseerd. Alle letters hebben in dit spel namelijk een specifieke waarde in euro's, zoals te lezen op het spelblad. En hierdoor worden spelling, woordenschat en rekenen moeiteloos gecombineerd.

This is a great resource for teachers to send home with students who struggle with spelling. Some parents want to help their kids with school work but don't know how and this is a great guide for parents.

Ways Parents Can Help with Spelling . going to upload this onto my classroom website to give parents fresh ideas for spelling practice.

Fill a shallow box or tray with salt or sand and draw out your words with your finger or a paint brush. Taking the spellings away from a pencil and paper can be much more appealing to children, and you’re adding in an extra sensory dimension by using the touchy-feely salt. Making some colourful backgrounds to lay under the salt gives you a nice surprise to reveal with your letters.

How to spell: top 10 tricks

SALT TRAY: Fill a shallow box with salt and draw words with your finger. Make colorful backgrounds to lay under the salt to reveal vibrant letters!

Sh and ch blends activity. Great for centers. Collected plastic bottle caps to write the blends and then the students can manipulate them in the blend mat.

I like the idea of using botte caps for letters - could use for various activities - verb endings perhaps?

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