25 Alphabet Activities For Kids - No Time For Flash Cards
Fun and easy to throw together alphabet activities for kids and early childhood education classrooms. These alphabet activities for kids are fun too.
10 Ways to Teach Sight Words for Literacy Station and Guided Reading Group Activities
Kindergarten activities to teach Sight Words. Great for literacy stations, centers, daily 5, or guided reading groups.
First Week of School! - A Spoonful of Learning
Just finished our first week back to school! I had such a wonderful week with my class! They are all so cute and did so well on their first full week of school! I have full day kindergarten and I was really proud of how well all of my students did for […]
Letter Sounds Activity with Locks - No Time For Flash Cards
Have fun with this letter sounds activity. Kids will match up the letters with the sounds they make.
On The Road to Reading: Eight Months of Montessori-Inspired Literacy Work
Ty hasn't really taken the typical road to Montessori literacy, mostly because he started on the journey himself, and continues to do so. I'm trying to get him on track a bit more with traditional Montessori practices, but while following his lead as well. This has been our journey so far and where we we are today, including new activities we've started working with to further his interests. There are many videos, mostly for myself perhaps, to log Tyler's amazing (to me anyhow...I'm his…
MAMAN LES P'TITS BATEAUX - Severine Aubry * I L L U S T R A T R I C E *** B O O K ***
Comme promis, voici un cahier de coloriages pour chanter à tue tête pendant toutes la vacances; pour occuper pendant les trajets, ou pour s'amuser entre adultes ;0) Des comptines traditionnelles ! C'est pour Hugo l'escargot, of course; et toujours...
Je joue avec les mots - Matching/Fill in the blanks
Here is another game that is in my « Je joue avec les mots » centre. I have all of these pictures and words in a box, and the students need to match up the pairs. The pictures are fun, and the students get their reading practice at the same time. They can match them up in a pocket chart, or just lay them out on the floor/their desk. If your students are more advanced, try this fill in the blanks game.