One of the main reasons these activities stick around in my classroom is because they work and are super simple to implement each day! Below are a few ways that I use these handy little tools to help my little readers become better each day at reading new words.
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Thanks for sharing! We love to practice our words in shaving cream!
Love this list of word work ideas! What are your kids setting the magnetic letters on in the first activity?
I love the sound beads. That's such a cute activity.
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The magnets are on magnet strips…I LOVE using them! They take up very little space and don't cost a whole lot…I think those ones I have in the picture are from the Container Store, but I've also gotten some from IKEA and the dollar section in Target. Hope that helps! 🙂
That is so fun- I need to try that one of these days- I bet your little friends love it!
Thanks April! 🙂
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That mailbox is a cute idea and a great way to help the students focus on the pattern or word! I know my students would love seeing what mail we have. 🙂
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