Do you like games to help teach rhyming? Here is the game for you, Rhyming Game-Go Fly a Kite. This game is just for you.
One of my best teaching solutions for helping children with their letters and sounds was my Letter-Sound Wall Chart. The Letter- Sound Picture Individual Charts for each kiddo is equally great. Each kiddo has their own chart to correlate with the Letter Sound Wall Chart. Once the kiddos learn the picture sound cards from the wall chart they can use the individual charts for more practice throughout the day.
Do you have kiddos that have trouble learning the letters and their sounds? I have a tip that can help you out.I had kiddos in my class who had trouble associating letters and sounds. I decided I needed a “tool” to practice with them as a whole group, each day.
Do you like candy or do you have a book you can hardly wait to read? I do, its Nancy Carlson’s book, Harriet’s Halloween Candy! I love this book and every time I read it. It brings memories back to me of my own children when they were little. They hid their candy from each other, along with Mom and Dad!
Are the kiddos in your classroom needing help with alphabet recognition or matching uppercase letters to lower case letters? I have a simple game the kiddos love playing, and ask to play it again and again.
There are two ways to play the game. One is an alphabet recognition game and the other is a match game. The game can be played in a small group or in a large group, of course the theme pictures are the motivator in the game.