These Print & Play Alphabet Cards are a super easy way to start building foundational literacy skills. Whether you’re a teacher using them as a whole class or Center activity, or a mama building skills in your little, they’re a fun, play-based way to grapple with letters.
The activity on my Teacher Pay Teachers store has the introduction for Seven Activities. Including Memory, Snap, Hide & Seek, Sequencing, and Mystery Letter. While this blog post gives you three more ways to use these cards! 10 activities. 1 quick download. Continue reading “Literacy: Print and Play Alphabet Cards with Ten Gameplay Options”
Another resource is up on The Jordan Project Teachers pay Teachers Store this week. Today’s resource are the series of handouts I used to organize my home reading program. At the start of our home reading program I would send home the Reading Log Handout, which outlines the expectations of our reading program as well as tips for reading with a child in the home. The log would be packaged with an appropriate reading level book in a large zip lock freezer bag. When the time came, for my extra avid readers I would simply print off and add extra reading log pages to their home reading package. Below you can read the handout I sent home to parents which outlines the simple but effective structure of my home reading program. From there, head over to the store to download the entire Home Reading Package. Continue reading “Home Reading Program and Log”
I wrote another article for the Yellin Center Blog. This time on using Time for Kids Magazine, an excellent resource for building literacy skills in young learners. It is also a great medium to get kids excited about non-fiction content and reading about current events.
So head over to the Yellin Center Blog and check out my review!