Fall Themed File Folder Activities!

My fabulous artist, Kyle, made these adorable spiders a few years back. I just LOVE incorporating them into Halloween themed activities. I’m kind of on a file folder activity-making kick right now and thought they’d work fabulously for our rhyme and alphabet file folder matching games. The Spider File Folder for Rhyme activity contains templates […]

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Fall Themed Scarecrow Activities

I just LOVE activities that contain a self-checking feature. These types of activities are ideal for independent centers! We created these adorable scarecrow rhyme, alphabet and CVC activities just for fall. You can easily differentiate these activities by choosing which and how many scarecrows to use. Here’s how the self-checking feature works for the alphabet […]

Fall Themed Math Bundle for Our Kindergarten and First Graders!

My goodness! Fall is just around the corner and it’s time to pull out all of our fall themed activities! The Make, Take & Teach K-1 Math bundle includes 13 fall themed activities designed to teach basic number concepts. Here are just a few of my favorites from this bundle! Of course an early numeracy […]

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Even More! Fall Themed File Folder Activities

Kyle, my fabulous artist, has been working hard on our line of file folder activities. We just LOVE file folder activities! Once assembled and laminated they can be used over and over again. They’re also a great alternative to paper and pencil worksheets which is especially helpful for our little learners who really rely on […]

Apple Themed File Folder Activities

I just love file folder activities. Once laminated, they last for  years and years. They are so simple to store and all the materials are just right there! You’re not quite able to see it in these pictures, but I like to place a Velcro dot on the file folder above each basket and then […]

Fall Themed Sight Word Game Boards

Game boards are always a student-favorite activity. Teachers love them too as all that’s needed are a few game pawns and some dice. When you download the fall-themed game boards you will receive 9 colored game boards (4 different fall themed designs) containing words from the Dolch 220 sight word lists. Simply print and laminate- […]

Cookie Sheet Activities for Early Literacy and Numeracy!

It all started with a little stroll down the storage aisle at our local Walmart. I have to admit I’m just a tad addicted to storage containers. Oddly enough, that’s where most of my inspiration for activities begin – cool storage containers and then wondering what I can use them for. These Sterilite containers are […]

Free R-Controlled Vowels Posters!

Visual cues often help our young readers learn phonics rules. These free r-controlled vowels can be posted in your classroom or within your small group intervention area. Enjoy! The R-Controlled Vowel Posters can be downloaded for FREE in my online Teachers Pay Teachers store.        

Apple Themed Activities for Learning the Alphabet and Rhyme

I just love fall! There’s nothing more fun than pulling out all those apple, pumpkin and scarecrow themed activities out of the closet. Last year I gathered all the apple themed literacy activities and placed them in this Sterilite container for super easy access. They fit perfectly! The containers are 15″L x 11 1/2″W x 3 […]

Dab It! Game Boards for Sight Words and Phonics Skills

I just absolutely LOVE the Dab It! game. It’s always amazing that something so simple can be so engaging. All you need to do is print the template you’d like to use and grab a few bingo dabbers (I can usually find them at the Dollar Tree). The activity is played much like 4-In-A-Row. Players […]

Developmental Sequence of Phonological Skills

  Click the following link to download this free handout Developmental Sequence of Phonological Skills Teaching phonological and phonemic skills is such a critical component in helping our little learners acquire the necessary building blocks to become proficient readers and writers. Understanding the sequence of phonological/phonemic development and the approximate ages of mastery helps us to […]

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