Feed the Alphabet Monster - I Can Teach My Child!
I love being able to repurpose things that would otherwise end up in the trash. And if you have children in your house, chances are the two items
Alphabet Sensory Bin for Letter Recognition
Alphabet sensory bin to build letter recognition skills. Your kids will have a blast learning to recognize letters with this fun, hands-on activity!
Clothes Pin Words
A while back,I whipped up a little game for my kids to practice making words. I used a photo of them playing on the floor with it in this post over here, and several people have commented on it and asked about it. The cards are actually name tags from this site. I printed them out, glued them to cardstock, and wrote in the name of the drawing on each tag. I laminated them so that my two year old wouldn't destroy them in the first 3.2 seconds. Then I wrote the letters on some clothes pins…
Letter sound clip cards - The Measured Mom
These free clip cards will help your child master letter sounds!
Ten Literacy Ideas for Emergent Readers | Education to the Core
10 Literacy Ideas for Emergent Readers to use in the classroom today! Find resources from amazing authors all over the world!
Preschool Letter Recognition Activities - Planning Playtime
Preschool Letter Recognition Activities - Matching Upper and Lowercase Letters using paper cups, and lots of other fun activities.
Clothespin Capital & Lowercase Matching Activity - I Can Teach My Child!
This was a super-easy activity for Big Brother that combined fine motor skills and alphabet recognition. I was pleasantly surprised how much Big Brother
Short A Activities and Resources (including freebies!)
Short A is usually the first phonics sound you teach in kindergarten and first grade so I figured it'd be a great sound to show you teaching...
Playdough & Alphabet Stamps - I Can Teach My Child!
This was a serendipitous idea that came while the boys were playing with playdough today. As I watched them play with the cookie cutters, I grabbed
The Super Simple Word Slider - Playdough To Plato
Activity for ages 4 to 7. As kids learn letter sounds they can start putting those sounds together to read words. This super simple word slider is an awesome visual showing them how to do just that. It’s one of those teaching tricks you’ll never want to forget. Getting Ready To make the slider, I gathered a few supplies: A stack of […]
Geoplà / Geoplano
Una base de suro, unes xinxetes i unes gomes elàstiques ¡ens han servit per construir un geoplà! Una base de corcho, unas chinchetas y unas gomas elásticas ¡nos han servido para construir un geoplano! Uma base de cortiça, uns pionaises e uns elásticos serviram-nos para construir um geoplano!
Crafts | Disney Family
Grab your scissors, grab your glue! Find hundreds of Disney-inspired art and craft ideas for kids of all ages including holiday and seasonal crafts, decorations and more.
Here's a quick sight word station idea. Each 9 week set of sight words are color coded on the tongue depressor and clothespins. Y...
Making a Letter with Letters
Materials Needed: * An Old Magazine * A Piece of Paper * Scissors * Glue Stick *Pencil My 2 1/2 year old is learning her letters. She knows most of them, but she has been struggling with a couple. She tends to call a “G” a “C,” so I decided to focus on that letter...Read More
Letters On The Go - No Time For Flash Cards
by Kim When you are on on the go, sometimes your children are not so cooperative. Whether you are on a road trip or just running errands around town your children probably are not too happy about it and let you know. Allie did a great post about learning on the go in which […]