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Teaching beginnings sounds using games like these helps keep learning and practice fun in your classroom.

Using Games To Teach Beginning Sounds

Teaching children onset fluency skills is such a crucial component of phonemic awareness. If you work with littles, I’m sure you’d agree that much of your day is spent working on isolating specific letter sounds. Since this is something we practice every day in kindergarten, why not make it extra

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Use these fun and engaging kid approved activities when teaching letter sounds in Kindergarten this year.

Teaching Letter Sounds in Kindergarten

Have you heard all the buzz lately about the science of reading? If you’re anything like me, I’m sure your ears perk up anytime you hear about new ways to help our students grow in reading skills! Today I’m going to chat about using the resources you already have to

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Using games to help students learn letter identification is a fun and easy way to get in lots of letter identification practice in ways your students will love.

5 Fun Games For Letter Identification

Is letter identification feeling a little lackluster in your classroom lately? Teaching young children their letters isn’t always easy. Letter identification can be confusing and requires lots of practice to really sink in. Typically, repetition makes most people think of flashcards, which have their merits, but I have another idea

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These hands on sight word activities are the perfect way to get in some fun and engaging sight word practice along with some fine motor skill practice with your students this year.

3 Fun Sight Word Practice Activities

Is sight word practice getting a little stale in your classroom? Tired of doing the same activities over and over again? Check out these 3 fun and engaging sight word practice activities that I use in my classroom that can help you get out of your rut! For a while

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These word families interactive notebook activities are fun and engaging for your students to complete as they learn and practice word families.

Easy Word Family Interactive Notebook Activities

Teaching about word families is an important part of teaching students to read and spell. These word families help them to learn that they can use the same letter combinations to decode and spell words. Word families also help to reinforce rhyming skills and increase reading fluency. Providing students with

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Playdough mats are the perfect way for students to practice important literacy and math skills while also practicing their fine motor skills.

Playdough Mats Hands-on Learning Activities

I love to incorporate playdough into our classroom learning time because it is such a fun and engaging way for students to practice academic skills while also working on their fine motor skills. Playdough mats are the perfect way to blend fun and learning for your students. Playdough is so

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Summer Reading Stash: Seasonal Books

Hey guys! I am teaming up again this week with some amazing bloggers to bring you some more books to to add to your classroom. This week we are talking about seasonal books. Ok, I could honest write a post with 10 books for every season and still have more

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