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Match the UPPER CASE and LOWER CASE LETTERS with a Multi-Sensory GROUP GAME. Put your kids in two facing lines, and learn a funny LETTER RHYME with a 'beat'! 26 Upper Case, 26 Lower Case, and 26 "Aa" Cards are all included. Great for your Sub Folder! (15 pages) Add some "MOVES" with Joyful Noises Express TpT! $
Tell a GROUP STORY with RHYTHM STICKS! "THE THREE LITTLE PIGS" has never been quite this . . . INTERACTIVE! Tell a FOLK TALE with your students that has more dancing and music than sitting! Story time should be ACTIVE! The Activity Packet includes: ~ Your complete 'Pig Tale', with all the text for telling this story in a funny way that makes references to your kids' school day! ~ Templates for all the characters-- 3 Pigs, Wolf, 3 Houses ~ A very short list of 'props' for setting up...
"This unit is the most fun!! My kids loved all of the activities, and I loved the easy prep plus all of the standards I was able to cover! Make more!!"
Still-struggling-with-sounds little learners will benefit from this prescription for their phonemic awareness health! It was specifically created for those that need intentional, consistent instruction to fill the gaps they are having in their auditory ability to hear sounds. We are SO PROUD of the success this resource has produced!!!
Lowercase to Lowercase Alphabet Matching Game is fun, interactive, paperless and no prep #commoncore #ela #preschool #kindergarten #boomcards #taskcards #games #activities #lowercase #letters #alphabet #kids #forkids #classroom #classroom
First sound fluency is an auditory skill. Training the ear to hear individual sounds is a specific skill that takes lots of listening practice! It is an important indicator for reading success and language learning. For little learners it is both helpful and highly engaging to provide pictures to look at as they are listening for the first sounds in the words. Verbally interacting with the sounds is crucial for developing a keen ear for hearing phonemes.