Chart your child's favorite song or poem onto a large sheet of paper, add simple images for fun and you have a great exposure to print! When you sing or chant, point to the words so your child begins to associate what they hear with what they see. Check out more quick tips on my Facebook page: www.facebook.com/SAHMSG
Vocabulary Work - For the activity, I tossed vocabulary words in a lunch bag. Kids flicked the game spinner, then pulled out a word. Once they had their word, the fun began! Students act, draw, rhyme, or define their word. They might also have to put it in a sentence, name what part of speech it is, or give a synonym or antonym for it. It's a game of chance!
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Phonemic Awareness is such an integral part to reading and writing. Unfortunately, many teachers skip over teaching this, but the truth is that it's just as important as learning phonics! Check out these 9 hands-on ways to help children learn to segment and blend words, and watch your children become confident readers with strong decoding and spelling skills!
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Jack and the Beanstalk mathematics and craft activity: ask students to count out magic beans, leaves, and clouds. This image was uploaded by the user, so there is no link but this picture tells it all. A great activity to do with the story as well as a way to tie math and literacy together, which is something I am always looking to do.