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Could also be used in a spelling center.Lego-out the words. Lego learning games - exploring Lego and play dough. This is a great activity for sensory play, imaginative play, letter recognition and sight words. Kindergarten Literacy, Early Literacy, Literacy Centers, Alphabet Activities, Preschool Activities, Learning Letters, Fine Motor Activities For Kids, Small Group Activities, Writing Letters

Learning with Lego - One Perfect Day

Lego and play dough are two of R’s (4 yrs) favourite ways to play. What could be more fun than combining the two? Lego bricks provide a fun and creative way to explore play dough. This activity began as a sensorial activity, then quickly moved into imaginative play and story telling and even included some …

How Boys Learn: The Learning Curve is different for boys than girls - tips to help you succeed in educating your male child! How Boys Learn: The Learning Curve is different for boys than girls - tips to help you succeed in educating your male child! Learning Activities, Kids Learning, Activities For Kids, Learning Styles, Teaching Tools, Teaching Resources, Timmy Time, E Mc2, Raising Boys

The Learning Curve for Boys: Is it Different?

Studies show there are real differences between boys and girls in terms of brain chemistry, maturation and how they learn best. Technologies such as PET scans and MRIs have already found "at least 100 differences

handwriting without tears diy; magnetic alphabet builders I used to have wooden bucks of these. Great for beginning letter recognition or handwriting. Preschool Letters, Kindergarten Writing, Learning Letters, Kindergarten Literacy, Alphabet Activities, Literacy Activities, Alphabet Crafts, Alphabet Letters, Spanish Alphabet

Nurturing Naters with learning activities at home

My goal is that this will be an entertaining and possibly creative blog about Naters, me, & the learning acitivities we do at home. Let's see what happens...

Add to Sub Plans: Miss Nelson is Missing + this page for kids to fill out. Such a cute idea when you are absent! Add to Sub Plans: Miss Nelson is Missing + this page for kids to fill out. Such a cute idea when you are absent! Kindergarten Literacy, Classroom Activities, Preschool, Writing Activities, It Management, Classroom Management, Sub Plans, 1st Grade Writing, School Fun

My Teacher is Missing!!! Freebie

I was out for the two days prior to Spring Break for a trip to Disney World. My two youngest kids had never been, so who could say no? Anyway, I was thinking about a fun activity for my substitiute to do while I was out. I have seen other teachers do similar activities and just knew my kids would love it. Some of the

Rhyming Pairs Basket Literacy Game - The Imagination Tree activities preschool reggio Rhyming Activities, Literacy Games, Literacy Skills, Kindergarten Literacy, Language Activities, Early Literacy, Literacy Centers, Preschool Activities, Phonics Games

Rhyming Pairs Basket Literacy Game - The Imagination Tree

Make a simple rhyming activity to help practise rhyming pairs and learn about literacy in a playful, hands-on way! This would be great for both home and the classroom as a go-to resource on the shelf. We have been practising hearing and identifying rhyming words together recently and focused initially on identifying rhyming strings with...Read More »

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Name Writing Practice for Kids

Give your kids confidence writing their name early. We've got a few activities for name writing practice. They'll be so excited when they learn this.

Cheap DIY Magnetic Sets for Retelling from Pre-K Pages. Now I finally know what to do with all those well-loved books I just can't get rid of. Preschool Books, Kindergarten Literacy, Early Literacy, Literacy Activities, Preschool Themes, Educational Activities, Old Children's Books, Pre K Pages, Story Retell

Cheap DIY Magnetic Sets for Retelling

How to make your own magnetic retelling board and sets for stories in preschool and kindergarten. Easy DIY tutorial for your classroom.

Science Activities for Kids Based on Children’s Books – Buggy and Buddy Over 10 Science Activities for Kids Inspired by Children’s Books Science Activities For Kids, Kindergarten Science, Elementary Science, Science Experiments Kids, Science Classroom, Science Lessons, Teaching Science, Science Education, Stem Activities

10+ Science Activities for Kids Based on Children's Books - Buggy and Buddy

I love being able to combine science with children's literature. Here are more than 10 science activities for kids you can do based on books for kids!

# emergent writing I would use this in a writing center. Standard LL Develop familiarity with writing implements, conventions, and emerging skills to communicate through written representations, symbols, and letters. LL 7 Indicators: Preschool Letters, Learning Letters, Kindergarten Literacy, Alphabet Activities, Preschool Classroom, Preschool Learning, Literacy Activities, Early Learning, Preschool Activities

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# 13- emergent writing I would use this in a writing center. Standard LL 7: Develop familiarity with writing implements, conventions, and emerging skills to communicate through written representations, symbols, and letters. LL 7 Indicators: • Use a variety of writing tools in an appropriate manner showing increasing muscular control. (4.1)

Using dots on black letters for "Writing". A Place Called Kindergarten: writing workshop drawing books Kindergarten Language Arts, Kindergarten Literacy, Literacy Activities, Literacy Stations, Kindergarten Writers Workshop, Kindergarten Handwriting, Preschool Writing, Teaching Writing, Work On Writing

writing workshop drawing books

Our first writing workshop unit is drawing. We work on drawing lines, drawing shapes, drawing faces, drawing people, filling up the white space, adding details, adding words, various illustration techniques and building stamina. We will end our drawing unit with a Mo Willems author study and a hot dog party. This is a great resource for this unit... this is our chart for our drawing unit... {Jake assured me that is an extra fin on the back of the whale...just in case you were wondering:)}…

Outdoor Play: Simple way to encourage emerging writing skills while being outdoors Emergent Literacy, Literacy And Numeracy, Preschool Literacy, Early Literacy, Literacy Activities, Kindergarten, Outdoor Education, Outdoor Learning, Early Education

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a free poster to display in your writing center explaining the various emergent literacy stages with photo examples. Would also be suitable to use in bulletin board displays showing students progress. Stages Of Writing, Pre Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Activities, Writing Centers, Teaching Resources, Preschool Assessment, Preschool Literacy, Early Literacy

Emergent Literacy Stages Poster

a free poster to display in your writing center explaining the various emergent literacy stages with photo examples. Would also be suitable to use in bulletin board displays showing students progress. ...

Little Miss Kimberly Ann: Literacy Center Ideas for Kids with Disabilities. This would be great for children who are just learning to read. This activity allows children to read the word, spell the word, and write the word. Emergent Literacy, Kindergarten Literacy, Preschool Learning, Learning Centers, Kids Learning, Learning Spanish, Emergent Readers, Literacy Stations, Literacy Centers

Literacy Center Ideas for Kids with Disabilities

Having center time in classrooms is a hot thing right now. I'm a huge fan of them, but literacy and math centers have to fit two criteria: the majority of the students should be able to do the tasks with little to no support and each task must work on more than just literacy or math (also writing, fine motor skills, social skills, etc.). When we do centers, there is a TA at each center for light support, and then I run a center doing our reading curriculum (Early Literacy Skills Builder). My…