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Trash or treasure? Write sight words on paper, crumple, kids un-crumple, and read word. sight words are treasure, nonsense words are trash. record

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Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten: Community Helpers Literacy Centers

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19 Ridiculously Simple DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know

19 Ridiculously Simple DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know - word eggs.

19 Inexpensive DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know

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Create an interactive display for use in your KS1 classroom. Perfect for schools that teach through the RWI phonics scheme. Buy a 'KROKIG' wall storage unit from IKEA (currently £3) and add these eyes to make a frog. This could be used to sort sounds - e.g. only put words with certain sounds in the frogs mouth (Sound of the day?). 'DS Primary' on Facebook

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Phonics tree- quite like this could add a new leaf each time they learn a new sound. Then the tree would grow throughout the year :)

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I love this idea for Guided Reading! Students read the word and if they get it right, they get to keep the cube. Whoever has the tallest tower at the end wins!

Miss DeCarbo: Turkey Trot Blog Hop! Freebies, Ideas, and Dessert!

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Made my own blending line for my reception class today... They were very intrigued and hopefully it will encourage them to think about the sounds that make up words :)

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Read It, Build It, Write It Sight Words

Read, Write, Build- Pre-Primer and Primer sight words. Perfect for Guided Reading and Word Work centers.

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Read the word and sort it into the correct digraph pot.

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Phonic challenge cups. Polystyrene cups from £shop.

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Phonics pegs and lollipop sticks

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