Reading Activities for Early Elementary Children
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With this My 5 Senses Printable Book, your beginning readers will practice reading simple text, develop fine motor skills, and learn about the five senses.
Using the There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Books Sequence Stick is a hands-on way for children to retell the story and put the items the old lady swallows in sequential order. It's a fun activity for kids to do at the beginning of the school year and an easy way for teachers to check if students comprehended the story. This sequence activity is a fun literacy center, morning tub, or enrichment activity for early finishers. Click on the picture to download the FREE printable! #sequence
Are your little preschoolers interested in solving mysteries? The Case of the Missing Treats leads your preschool or pre-k class on a mystery to find the missing treats. Find out how to incorporate literacy, math, logic, and more into your lessons during a community helper theme! #preschoolactivities #communityhelpertheme
Did you know that April 13th is Scrabble Day? We love to not only play the word game, but we also love to use the Scrabble letter tiles for many of our sight word activities like these Sight Word Secret Code Puzzles. These sight word activity for Kindergarten is not only a fun, hands-on sight word activity for kids but it’s a great way for them to work on critical thinking and problem solving skills too. #sightwordactivities #sightwordactivityforkindergarten #athomesightwordactivity #wordwork
Calling all future Palentologists! This Dinosaur Mud Sight Word Writing Tray is for you! This sensory activity is a fun, hand-on way to practice reading, spelling, and writing sight words. Not only will this sensory activity help kids learn high frequency words but they will also develop their fine motor skills, dexterity, and much more! Click on the picture to learn more about this writing tray and get the free dinosaur sight word cards! #sightwordactivities #writingtray #sensoryactivity
Make teaching reading fluency fun for your struggling readers. These ideas are perfect to aide in learning during small groups in any kindergarten or first grade classroom. Your students will beg to use these activities daily!