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Letter Recognition Kindergarten

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Mrs. Bremer's Class

A blog of teaching ideas and activities for K-2 classrooms, including centers, reading and writing ideas, thematic learning, and much more!

Pumpkin Missing Alphabet Letters >> Part of the Autumn Kindergarten Language Arts Worksheets Packet. Alphabet Worksheets, Preschool Learning, Kindergarten Worksheets, Fun Learning, Teaching, Rhyming Activities, Kindergarten Literacy, Nursery Rhymes Preschool, Nursery Rhyme Crafts

Alphabet Blocks: Trace the Uppercase Letters | Worksheet | Education.com

Children will practice tracing uppercase letters A to Z in this engaging alphabet blocks worksheet.

Pirate Kindergarten Activity: Going On A Letter Hunt Howdy! Greg from The Kindergarten Smorgasboard. My real name is Greg Smedley-Warren. I have been teaching for 11 years. I spent a year teaching fifth grade, two years in second grade and am now Kindergarten Smorgasboard, Kindergarten Lesson Plans, Kindergarten Centers, Preschool Literacy, Kindergarten Classroom, Kindergarten Letter Activities, Letter Recognition Kindergarten, Preschool Behavior, First Days Of Kindergarten

Pirate Kindergarten Activity: Going On A Letter Hunt

Ya’ll know how much I love Pinterest. (Currently I’m teaching the Mister how to use Pinterest…it’s a process….slow process!) It amazes me the creativity and intellig…

Art therapy activities autism I use clothespins for teaching a variety of skills in my classroom. I love that they can be used with students across abilities for a wide range of learning activities. Autism Classroom, Preschool Classroom, Preschool Learning, Classroom Activities, Preschool Crafts, Fun Learning, Early Learning, Crafts For Kids, Kindergarten

Learn with your Craft Stash - Clothespins

I use clothespins for teaching a variety of skills in my classroom. I love that they can be used with students across abilities for a wide range of learning activities. #Autism | found on Adventures in the ATC - a blog about my experiences teaching students with Autism

Writing help for kindergarten FREE poster: help for recognizing lower case letters. Chicken letters, giraffe letters and monkey letters. 1st Grade Writing, Pre Writing, Writing Workshop, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Process, Writing Centers, Sentence Writing, Kindergarten Writing

writing help for kindergarten

FREE poster: help for recognizing lower case letters. Chicken letters, giraffe letters and monkey letters.

Fine Motor: Outlining Letters with Stones- could also use with sight words, numbers, etc. Alphabet Activities, Literacy Activities, Activities For Kids, Activity Ideas, Learning Letters, Kids Learning, Formation Montessori, Pre Writing, Writing Table

Outlining Letters

I've offered this activity with several groups of children, but the group I have now is the only one that really seemed to enjoy it and keep doing it. Print letters, words, or shapes on pieces of paper. Offer objects to place on the lines. This week we used some "jewels" from an old board game and some small rocks (from a craft store). We focused on a key word; you could use letters from the kids' names or other key letters or shapes. In this previous post, you can see this same group of…

How to Correct Letter Reversals. Really good idea to help "rewire" the brain and increase concentration too. Pre Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Letters, Writing Strategies, Hand Writing, Learning Activities, Kids Learning, Visual Learning, Stem Activities

Correct Letter Reversal. Really good idea to help "rewire" the brain and increase concentration, too.

Sharing Kindergarten: Letter Bb Activities-b and d sorting activity Preschool Letters, Kindergarten Literacy, Learning Letters, Fun Learning, Learning Activities, Early Literacy, Abc Phonics, Jolly Phonics, Phonics Activities

Letter Bb Activities

I have finished the letter Bb phonics sheet a little early! Woo Hoo! You can click on the picture or {here} to grab this freebie. Since I am teaching this letter next week AND it is the week …

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Ff Activities

You are going to want to read this whole post… it is going to be worth your time. {There is a freebie file for you below!} I just finished my letter Ff Activities. Good thing, bec…

Nancy Nolan's Kindergarten: Letter G Week Letter G Activities, Pre K Activities, Craft Activities For Kids, Activity Books, Preschool Curriculum, Preschool Crafts, Kids Crafts, Homeschooling, Letter Recognition Kindergarten

Nancy Nolan's Kindergarten

Letter G Week Our themes this week included Giraffes, Gorillas and Gumballs. The literacy center featured the book, Giraffes Can't Dance. We discussed non fiction facts about giraffes and created giraffes in the art center. These gentle giants are great! Of course, we also constructed pattern block giraffes because I LOVE pattern blocks! We also did a few activities with gumballs! We estimated and graphed our gooey gumballs. We collaged gumball machines! We created patterns using paper…

This post is absolutely PACKED with amazing ideas for RTI! If you teach kindergarten or first grade intervention this post will help you figure out how to structure your small group time with your students! Teaching Letters, Teaching Tools, Teaching Kids, Kindergarten Literacy, Early Literacy, Literacy Centers, Alphabet Activities, Preschool Activities, Reading Activities

Redirecting

Happy Saturday, all! I had a great week and my observation went smashingly. Today, I’m going to break down my 30 minute lesson that I taught this past Monday. I hope it will help y’all with your kinder babies :) As I’ve become more familiar with the purpose of RTI, I feel like I can be more intentional with my instruction and pack the most educational punch into 30 minutes that I can! Seriously, I do A LOT with them in that brief amount of time, so get ready for a crazy, long post! Here we…