Start telling a story and then pass it along to your child. Sight Word Jenga This is one of my favorites.
And the pencil box keeps the sand neat and tidy. Some children drew baby penguins, others eggs etc. Check this freebie out HERE. If you are new to my blog, I am a Kindergarten Intervention Specialist. Have your child walk around the room and identify words or shapes, colors, letters and numbers for non-readers.
So I have had to come up with new centers that are at their level, and I made a bunch. They can trace the sight words in the sand. Students find the initial sound for each picture and it spells a mystery sight word.
Add some fine sand into a pencil box and give them an un-sharpened pencil. Is your head spinning with great ideas. Call out a letter and ask your children to identify objects around the room that begin with that letter. I am a cross-categorical teacher, but I work primarily with students who have one or more learning disabilities in language arts, written expression or math.
Sight Word Finger Paint Take a gallon sized zip-lock bag and add a few squirts of paint and some water. They won't last forever, but that is OK. Add some fine sand into a pencil box and give them an un-sharpened pencil. Check it out HERE.
I also work with children who have social emotional and behavioral needs. Please see my disclosure policy. I keep them in a soft pencil pouch 4 - one for each student.
We are currently writing our own E-book that is nearly complete. Build-a-Sight Word Students use connecting cubes to build their sight words. It includes 12 easy-to-follow lessons on four videotapes and is accompanied by over corresponding worksheets.
It may or may not have to do with the fact that I had the play-doh out taunting them before I let them use it ; They use the play-doh to form our letters and then practice writing them with the dry-erase marker. They love using the little magnetic letters to match letters and find beginning sounds.
We used our penguin art as illustrations in an e-book we are currently writing together. It give my students the opportunity to practice what we have learned and keeps them busy so I can do my Guided Reading groups.
Kindergarten computer class --has the basics of computers and offers free programs on the internet using a SmartBoard Kindergarten Kafe --edited by Charlene Woodham Peace KinderTeacher.
The kids had a blast and learned so much. You can use a marker or magnetic letters. Check it out on TPT Here. A classic game that can be easily reinvented. A great suggestion from Meaningful Mama. Call out a shape, color, etc.
Especially the crazy stuff. This is where we also work on Elkonin, word chains and guided writing. Continue the race by calling out more body parts.
Please see my disclosure policy. And look what I found in the hallways at school. We have all been there what was supposed to be a minute oil change or wait at the doctor’s office suddenly becomes more like an hour (or two!). Here are 15 fun, active, hands-on alphabet letter identification activities for Pre-K, Preschool, and Kindergarten.
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Especially the crazy stuff. Great crafts and lots of great academic projects!Author: Kristen Wabuge. Visual support for school triggers and also an anger thermometer and anxiety thermometer.
Find this Pin and more on Feelings Thermometers by Pam Dyson Play Therapy. There is an anxiety thermometer that you could use to help kids identify angry feelings and their intensity.Writing activities for kindergarten pinterest art