Free Printable CVC Word Mat
Help kindergarteners and first graders learn to spell short vowel CVC words with this free printable CVC Word Building Mat and picture card prompt set.
Phonics ch, sh and th sounds foldable craft
A fun phonics activity for early readers at home or school. This resource looks at 3 consonant digraphs - sh, ch and th (as the initial sound). For each sound, there is a template that children can use to make their foldout. Firstly they will colour the letters and pictures. Next they’ll cut out the 4 words and match them to each picture before sticking them down. Pupils will then cut around the outside of the template before folding along the vertical lines. The foldout can then be closed…
Math and Literacy Dot Marker Activities and Printables Bingo Daubers
This is a fun no-prep Do A Dot math and literacy activity bundle for preschoolers and kindergartners that practices fine motor skills using dot markers (bingo daubers), while learning alphabet lowercase and uppercase letter recognition, shape recognition, and number recognition with counting. Once ...
Sensory Alphabet Activity
Sensory ABC Activity also great for fine motor skills. toddlers love to search and find in the color rice and preschoolers call out what letters they find
Sound of The Day Whiteboard
Children can practice their phonics daily using this wipe clean whiteboard to fulfil challenges based on the sound chosen. The parent uses the top circle to write a sound and the child then fills in the rest of the whiteboard independently or with help. This board is aimed at children in years 1 and above.Use any white
Fun365 | Craft, Party, Wedding, Classroom Ideas & Inspiration
As a class, we made a chart listing words with the /oo/ sound. I titled the chart "Words That Say BOO" and used the enormous googly eyes in the word boo.
Word Family Cups Phonics Activity for Kids - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Here’s a phonics activity that is both easy and fun! Use paper cups to create word family spinners. Kids can turn the bottom cup to change the beginning sound and then read the words. I don’t know about your kids, but my beginning readers have never been able to sit still. I don’t know if […]