Letters of the Alphabet ~ Great website

keep a supply of empty boxes and have students trace/highlight letters they find

Hands-on literacy centers for young learners& word work activities perfect for Kindergarten!

Stamp a Letter -- put magnetic letters into a drawstring bag. Take turns reaching inside and drawing a letter, then stamp the letter with a dot marker on the alphabet recording sheet.

Environmental Print from ReadingResource.net

Free Printable Reading Activities To Improve Reading Skills, for new readers or struggling readers. Lots of activities and printable pages.

Mrs. Bremer's Kindergarten: Word Detectives Freebie, Bug Write-the-Room Freebies & More Literacy Work Stations

Bremer's Kindergarten: Word Detectives Freebie, Bug Write-the-Room Freebies More Literacy Work Stations

Help children recognize the characteristics of letters. Laminate the above template and have children sort letters based upon the type of lines; straight, curvy, or both.

Lines in Letters - students sort letters based upon the type of lines (curvy, straight, or both) to help recognize and learn letter characteristics.

Paint Stick Sentences - For this center all you need is blank paint sticks and small picture flash cards. I got my sticks at Home Depot. Write simple sentence frames on the paint sticks. Using flash cards the students complete the sentence. The students can copy the sentences onto paper.

Paint Stick Sentences - For this center need is blank paint sticks & small picture flash cards. Write simple sentence frames on paint sticks. Using flash cards, students complete sentence. Then students copy sentences onto paper.

fun page to go with environmental print word wall

Environmental Print worksheet - could hunt around the classroom or halls. Has a cute pattern for a "spy glass" too

Mrs. Lirette's Learning Detectives: Hip Hip Hooray! 15 Days of K! - Day 9

I'm Tessa from Tales from Outside the Classroom . I'm so excited to be participating in Mary's 15 Days of K!

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