H Brothers anchor chart after our word sorting mini-lesson. I wrote the words a head of time on flash cards and then let the kiddos sound out the words and glue them on the chart according to which digraph the word had. Now, this anchor chart lives in our word work center so that the kiddos can practice reading and making H Brother words.
Initial Sound Snowman Printable
The Initial Sound Snowman Printable is the perfect addition to your literacy centers this winter. This free printable is great for preschool and kindergarten students.
Blending Cards for Early Readers
Blending Cards help students segment, blend, and read words in a variety of phonics patterns. They are great for kindergarten and first grade students or second or third grade students who need extra support with these early phonics skills. The blending cards is a core teaching resource in any classroom and can be used during whole-group or small-group instruction. My son entered Kindergarten this past year. Being a teacher, I noticed that there were a few areas of learning to read where he…
FREE Phonemic Awareness Worksheets - Interactive and Picture-Based
FREE phonemic awareness worksheets...these activities are perfect for kindergarten and first grade! Beginning sounds sorts, rhyming and more!
Preschool Letter S - In My World
Welcome to Preschool Letter S! (Throughout this Preschool Letter S post, click the hyperlinked words to take you to the complete unit in my TpT store/original resource link, or click on the pictures to get the freebies!) Below, Filip is carefully shaping out the play dough on our letter S play dough mat. Once completed, he put on some sequins …
Beginning Sounds Letter Worksheets for Early Learners
At the preschooler age kids should still be spending plenty of time in play but these FREE beginning sounds letter worksheets for early learners are....
Mitten Match Beginning Sounds Game
Learning to read is no easy thing! This Mitten Match Beginning Sounds game gives students some fun, seasonal themed practice with learning to identify beginning sounds. Add it to your winter literacy centers and your students are sure to love it! It is perfect for a Pre-K or Kindergarten classroom! *Pair with our Snow Centers & Activities for Pre-K/Kindergarten Mitten Match Beginning Sounds Game In this beginning sounds game, the mitten theme and hands on matching makes it an engaging choice…
Winter Themed Activities and Centers (Snowman at Night Freebie too)! - Pocket of Preschool
My go to Winter themed math, writing, fine motor, sensory, reading (freebie), and science activities for preschool and kindergarten.
Syllable Cookie Jar Sort - Playdough To Plato
Free Cookie Jar Syllables. Such a fun way to teach kids about breaking words into parts. This is a perfect activity for preschool or early kindergarten.
Beginning Letter Sounds Pocket Chart
This beginning letter sounds pocket chart is great for direct explicit teaching of sounds. This can also be used during guided reading lessons or as a center.
Kindergarten Math and Literacy Worksheets for February - Planning Playtime
My kids had a couple of favorites this month. The first was the Flower Buzz Rhyming Words worksheet. The children must read the words on the flower petals and color the flowers where all three words rhyme. They also loved the Sight Words Cupcake Decorating Valentine theme worksheet. Who doesn’t love piping colorful frosting […]
Print and Go! Spring Garden Math and Literacy (NO PREP) Distance Learning
This product now includes both a PDF and JPEG image files of all student pages for easy upload in Seesaw, Google Classroom, or any virtual or distance learning model. You may email it directly to families or use it in any secure closed digital environment. Need some quick activities for your Kin...
Teaching Blending to Early Readers | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
While many young learners can learn letter sounds, blending these sounds together can be difficult, especially for kids with dyslexia.
Syllable clip cards
Looking for a fun and effective syllable count activity? Print this set of 60 FREE cards. Have your child clip the number for 1,2,3, and 4-syllable words.