Hannah Shea
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Here is a simple counting activity for children, especially preschoolers. Simple to set up it can suit individual needs and develops fine motor skills.

Simple counting activity for children, especially preschoolers. Easy to differentiate (could even practice addition facts) and develops fine motor skills.

Little spelling boxes,perfect for homework or class work.

Little Spelling Box - Make these with Jolly Phonics digraphs to promote blending. Fun way to practice the letter sounds and phoneme segmentation and blending

CVC words center that is my absolute favorite... check out this post for fun reading centers ideas for kindergarten or first grade!

Teach Your Child to Read - CVC words center that is my absolute favorite. check out this post for fun reading centers ideas for kindergarten or first grade! - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Guided Reading Activities

Guided Reading: Great activities to do with students to help them learn to read.

Get outdoors this spring (or stay inside if it's really raining) to practice reading with this fun gross motor sight word game.

Puddle Jumping Sight Word Game for preschool and kindergarten spring reading fun! Gross motor play for active learning.

Phonics/Alphabet Baskets Sorting Activity- for independent practice station or reading station

Phonics 1 Phonics/Alphabet Baskets Sorting Activity (from The Imagination Tree) Make baskets with objects that sound like a specific letter. Give the students a basket and let them practice their phonics skills by naming the objects.

Great classroom sensory activity idea

Moon sand: 8 cups flour and 1 cup baby oil, really soft and easy to clean up.

Goodbye song to end story/circle time or at the end of the school day

Activities: Fine Motor, fingerplays) Goodbye song to end story/circle time or at the end of the school day

"Hands Go Up" sung to Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star to transition them to theā€¦

"Hands Go Up" sung to Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star to transition them to the carpet for story time. Could use for pre-k or K to transition to music time.

Love this chart! This teacher does this every year. What a great idea!

What Kind of Teacher Do You Want? anchor chart to begin year I think this would piggy back nicely with a What Kind of Student Do I Want? anchor chart (They give me what they think I want and I add so in if needed.