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Word Recognition: Try using this simple sight word coloring paper with your students who have difficulty focusing on sight words. Since your children get to color, they have to pay close attention to the sight words in order to choose the right colors Teaching Sight Words, Sight Word Practice, Sight Word Games, Sight Word Activities, Sight Word Worksheets, Fry Sight Words, Word Bingo, Reading Worksheets, Teaching Reading

Sight Word Coloring Worksheet: it, in, if

Try using this simple sight word coloring paper with your students who have difficulty focusing on sight words. Since your children get to color, they have to pay close attention to the sight words in order to choose the right colors. If you like this, you can find the complete package here: Sight...

Autumn themed quiet bin activity for preschoolers and toddlers. Great for working on fine motor skills. Quiet Time Activities, Autumn Activities, Craft Activities, Toddler Activities, Motor Activities, Fall Activities For Preschoolers, Therapy Activities, Toddler Preschool, Toddler Crafts

Fall Button Trees

Too soon for a Fall post? Hmmm ... if so, please feel free to make these summer trees (you summer-loving Mamas you). But it's coming ... that F word. I actually like the F word,

Why Crossing the Midline Activities Helped this Child Listen to his Teacher - Integrated Learning Strategies Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Pediatric Ot, Sensory Activities, Classroom Activities, Physical Activities, Sensory Kids, Movement Activities, Motor Activities, Therapy Activities

Why Crossing the Midline Activities Helped this Child Listen to his Teacher - Integrated Learning Strategies

Why crossing the midline activities helped this child listen to his teacher, follow directions, and complete his homework. Crossing the midline for all kids

Free handout- developmental sequence of phonological awareness skills. Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Guided Reading, Teaching Reading, Phonics Reading, Reading Games, Reading Groups, Reading Lessons, Close Reading

The Importance of Teaching Rhyme - Make Take & Teach

Before children learn to read, they must first have an understanding of how sounds work within words. Learning to recognize and produce rhyme is one of the very first phonological skills that children acquire on their way to becoming proficient readers. Working with rhyme is an important component of the early childhood curriculum. Research tells us […]

Teaching with both sides of the student brain in mind - How to add creative & visual tasks to analytical & logical math classes. PLUS the benefits of coloring, doodling, and exercising during a lesson Brain Based Learning, Whole Brain Teaching, Teaching Math, Teaching Ideas, Dyslexia Teaching, Left Brain Right Brain, Brain Gym, Math Vocabulary, Secondary Math

Right Brain / Left Brain Crossover - HOW & WHY to Activate the Right Brain in Math Class

Teaching with both sides of the student brain in mind - How to add creative & visual tasks to analytical & logical math classes... PLUS the benefits of coloring, doodling, and exercising during a lesson

off of all rapid automatic naming and phonics products in my store through Saturday! Check out the sale for games and activities to add to your teaching! Reading Fluency, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Homework Games, Letter Sound Activities, Multi Sensory, Working Memory, Reading Specialist, Letter Sounds

Rapid Automatic Naming Trial and Tracking Sheets

Rapid automatic naming speed is a strong indicator of future reading abilities in the area of fluency. This product contains 11 rapid automatic naming practice sheets including 2 with all capital letters, 3 with a mix of capital and lower case letters, 2 with numbers, 2 object naming sheets, and 2 c...