Opportunities to write in every area of the classroom. It is so important that those children who never choose to enter the mark making areas are receiving the same chances in other areas of their play.
This area of play-based learning is extremely important for children in relation to therapeutic, psychological, cognitive, creative, language, and explorative. Sensory experiences provide a richness of perception, the senses, are soothing, exploratory and can be part of other curriculum areas and skill development
These practice pages can help with reading fluency, expression, and correct usage of end marks in writing. Simple sentences using sight words and cvc words are easy to read and perfect for young students. Some of these will make your students think! Made to save your ink and more importantly, your time. Only $1.00.
Write the child's name in yellow highlighter, then have them choose a different bingo dabbler to dab each letter of their name. This really helps with letter formation and letter identification ( so important to identify the letters in their name for kdg readiness)