Roll and READ a SIMPLE sentence made of sight words and short vowel words! What a great way to work on FLUENCY!

Roll and READ a simple sentence made of sight words and word families! Perfect for helping STRUGGLING readers build fluency and CONFIDENCE! Age: Pre-K/Kindergarten Repeat simple sentences as presented.

When it is a sunny day I like to do my spelling programme outside, we do skip and spell, where you have to spell your word out for each turn of the rope. Race to spell, all your spelling words are cut up on card, you race to the bucket one by one to find your letters and then bring them back to make your words. We also do invisible spelling with water on the concrete, you have to write all your words before the first one disappears as it evaporates.

Spelling/vocab This is a fun spelling game! Students use the first word on their spelling list and roll the die. They complete the task for the number they roll.

Creative way to encourage kids to practice spelling words. {Relief Teaching Ideas}

Spelling Scribble

Practice spelling words-- or use this for a poetry activity. Students draw a big scribble on their page - remind them to leave big spaces in their scribble! Using coloured pencils, they can then fill the spaces with their words.

The Black Book of Colours - the most unique picture book I've come across! Told through the perspective of a blind person, each colour is described using the senses. Have students write senses poetry after reading the book.

The Black Book of Colours

The Black Book of Colours by Menena Cottin is the most unique picture book I’ve come across. Unlike traditional picture books about colours, this boo

Sight words (how many can you read? How high can you build your tower?

Sight words (how many can you read? How high can you build your tower?) or sentence building. Can also use for simple sentence structure, pile of nouns/verbs/adj to combine Something to do with the old lego blocks!

Engaging literacy activities to try in the primary classroom

Engaging literacy activities to try in the primary classroom

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