Rhyming clip cards
Grab these free rhyming printable clip cards to use with your learners! Build phonological awareness as your learners name the picture at the top and clip the rhyming picture beneath it. #rhyming #preschool #kindergarten
Here is a fun and easy phonemic game that you can play with your kinders at any time of the year! You will need a bag of some sort - it can be a gift bag, or a bag like this: You could decorate it all cute with some puffy paint and ribbons. Since I'm on vacation, I don't have access to the supplies! I'll try to make one up when I get home! You also need some small manipulatives or picture cards. I really love these teaching tubs from Lakeshore Learning. They come in handy for so many things…
Pete the Cat: Book Connection Activity - PreKinders
Like most Pre-K kids, my class loves a certain book about a cat and his colorful shoes! These printable cards can be used for a Pete the Cat learning game.
Name Books: Printable, Personalized Letter Practice
Young children LOVE these books that have the letters of their names on each page. They are so easy to print!
Try this free rhyming game!
Looking for a free rhyming game? Print these 48 picture cards which include 24 rhyming pairs. Try this fun matching game with your preschooler or kindergartner!
Cut out pictures from books, magazines and leftover fabric to make these awesome story-telling aids!
Story stones prompt kids to think creatively, construct a story-line, speak in front of a group...
Beginning sounds letter tiles activity
Letter tiles make this beginning sounds activity extra fun!
Erase Me Rhyming Activity
Build phonological skills with this rhyming activity. Erase Me is fun to use for an all about me unit and is super easy and quick to prepare.
Popcorn Letters (Pre-K and Elementary Spelling)
I've been working hard to feed our boys healthier snacks and lately, there's no snack requested more than popcorn. I even whipped up some tasty cinnamon-glazed popcorn this weekend (MMMMmmm). So when I saw Mrs. Jones's popcorn words, I was excited. Instead of word work, though, I thought we could do some spelling practice. I made an alphabet of letters on popcorn pieces. I printed four sets of the popcorn alphabet, cut apart the letters, and grabbed a few popcorn buckets. Now it was time for…
Alphabet Discovery Bottle & Letter Match Game - No Time For Flash Cards
This is a GREAT road trip activity, and if the glue is strong enough perfect for an airplane too! What I love about this is that it’s so adaptable, any age group can engage with this simple discovery bottle and have fun while they do. Using beads instead of rice is a wonderful choice for those […]
Beginning sound blackout (8 boards!)
Review beginning letter sounds with these FREE printable beginning sound blackout boards! Fun game for kids in preschool, kindergarten, and first grade.