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CVC Phoneme Segmentation Cards

Today it’s all about identifying the sounds used to make CVC words and the letter each sound represents. Yes. It is phoneme segmentation time. This resources includes 180 – yes, you read that right: 180!! – cards for you to use. Of course, you can select which ones you think work best for your kiddos. Most of the pictures are easy to identify, but some will pose more of a challenge. The idea for this activity is to get your kiddos to say the name of the picture on the card. As they slowly sound out the word, they touch each square to represent the individual sounds heard in the word. They then place a letter tile in each square to show the sounds heard and then they read the whole word. Once finished, children can complete the corresponding recording page. If you’re not going by initial sounds, there is also a blank recording page where kiddos draw their own pictures. If you’d like to try out some of these pages, you can download the initial b cards and worksheet here or by clicking the image below. If you love what’s included and would like to purchase the entire packet, you can do that by clicking here or the image below. And, just because I’d like to give you something to smile about, for one week only, this will be $1.00. Annnnnnnnnnnd, if you purchase it before Thursday, you can actually snag it for only 80c because my entire store is on sale! I hope your kiddos enjoy this activity! Til next time, Happy Teaching... read more

Alphabet Review

I think we can all agree that the COVID-19 virus has brought with it a lot of uncertainty. Schools are closing and many parents are probably teaching their kids “school stuff” for the first time. Teachers are scrambling to find resources to send home with their students and are confronted by the “do not share on the Internet” DMCA. It can be confusing and hard. During this period, I want you all to know that YES, you can share my resources via e-mail only with the parents of the children you teach. Please don’t post my resources online on blogs or anything like that. Anyway, I will get into today’s blog post. We are all about reviewing the alphabet! This packet is great for use at the end of year with your kinders or at the beginning of the year with your firsties. First is a “write the missing letter” worksheet for both upper and lower case letters. Next, is an upper and lower case matching set of worksheets. I have also included an alphabet booklet. However, if you feel that it’s too much prep, no need to stress: just print the pages and leave them as they are. Of course, there are some beginning sounds worksheets too. … And for those tricky long and short vowel beginning sounds, well, I got that covered too! I have also included a set of worksheets for writing the middle vowel for CVC words. Ending sounds are covered too! As a bonus, I included a set of ASL worksheets too. You can download some sample pages for this packet here HERE! If you would like to purchase this packet, I will put it on sale for $1.00 for one week only, so please get it today so that you don’t miss out. Click HERE or on the image below to purchase it from my store. If you’re struggling to find resources for your kiddos during this difficult time, these may be of some help: Stay safe and Happy Teaching... read more

5 Senses Flip Books & Worksheets

Hey all! Today I want to show you what’s included in my 5 Senses Flip and Flap Book packet! The 5 Senses packet contains five flip books, one for each of the 5 senses in color and black & white. Each booklet is accompanied by 2 worksheets for differentiation purposes; the first asks children to write the words from their flip book and the second asks children to trace the focus sense word to write 4 sentences from their flip books. For revision purposes, a flap book is also included. Children cut out the pictures and paste them under the correct flap. You can download the HEAR Flip Book and worksheets free right HERE or by clicking the image below. If you would like to purchase this packet, you can do that HERE or by clicking the image below. Till next time, Happy Teaching... read more

Sight Words and Word Families Week 4

Hello again! This week I will be sharing 5 sight word activities and 5 word family activities. They are are super fun and will keep your kiddos engaged. Hopefully. I have included sample pages of each activity so you can try them out with your kiddos. If you like them and find them useful, I have also included links to the products in my store so that you can purchase them. At the very end of this post, I have included an EXCLUSIVE FREEBIE just for you! Read about Sight Words and Word Families Week 1 here. Read about Sight Words and Word Families Week 2 here. Read about Sight Words and Word Families Week 3 here.  This week’s sight words are: at, down, go, up Click the image above to download the sample word wall pages or HERE to purchase the complete packet from my store. The focus word family is AP. All the word family activities in this post are included in my AP Word Family packet that can be viewed HERE in my store. Let’s start with the sight word activities. I will begin with what I think is the most beneficial activity. You can use this activity for reading, writing and learning sentence structure. I have included cards that you can use in a pocket chart center. Kiddos are required to organise the cards to make a sentence. I have also included a black and white version of all the sentences; children cut out the cards and arrange them to make a sentence that makes sense. I have also included answer cards that you can keep together with a key ring. You can use the answer cards first as reading cards, then once your kiddos are more confident with sentence structure, use them as intended for this activity. I know I have too many photos for this activity but, guys, I just love it and I know you will too. If you like the look of the sample pages, click HERE to purchase Sight Words Build a Sentence packet. Best of all? For a limited time it’s only $1.00! Next activity. Sight Word Play Dough Mats. Am I right in assuming these are self-explanatory? Use them as intended with play dough. Or use them with dry-erase markers. Click HERE if you’d like to purchase the Sight Word Play Dough Mats. Up next are some sight word q-tip cards. Only I didn’t use a q-tip and paint; I... read more

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