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Magic E freebie
We are hard at it, working on magic 'E' words. My kiddos are really doing great! One of the first things I ever found for FREE on TpT was this darling activity by Jessica over on Teacheristatales. I'm sure you have probably seen it on Pinterest. Click HERE for a link to her TpT shop and this freebie. It's a great activity to practice silent e or magic e, whatever you call it. I found another great activity by Annie over on The Moffatt Girls blog. She made some cute color by number pages that…
Silent "e" Word Play | Worksheet | Education.com
Help your first grader practice writing and sounding out silent "e" words with this helpful worksheet.
Silent E Worksheets - School Sparks
Free worksheets to help your child learn about the silent e. Teach your child how a silent e at the end of a word can change a word’s meaning.
Learning With Firsties
Whew!!! What a week! We finished up our unit on American Symbols. I purchased Deanna Jump's American Symbol unit and loved it. You can take a look at her unit (HERE) . I love to get ideas from other teachers. The kiddos had a great time learning all about the American Flag, the bald eagle, and the Statue of Liberty. We began the unit with the flag and I found a great app that we used to find all kinds of facts. We made an Anchor Chart together about the flag, wrote about it in our Social…
Christmas Silent E Cards
Silent E Activities perfect for the month of December. Great for small groups or centers. Aligns with Common Core. 99 Silent E Words! ~Memory: by matching the word families, or if the student can read both cards they can keep them. ~Pull and Say: Grab a card and read it, but watch out for the s...
Silent "E" Word List | Worksheet | Education.com
Using pictures as clues, kids unscramble the jumbled words, gaining practice with long vowel sounds and silent "E" on this first grade phonics worksheet.
Word Scramble with Letter Magnets
Unscrambling words is a fun activity for kids of any age. To make it easy for my son to move the letters around and try different sequences until he unscrambled the word, I made letter magnets. These were simple and affordable. I used Microsoft Excel® to create a grid with letters in each square (download my template here). I printed the page on cardstock and using a glue stick, attached it to a recycled cereal box for sturdiness. Then I cut the squares out and attached a small piece of…