September 24, 2019

Literacy Writing Ideas

Today we have five new ideas all about Literacy Writing. The first one is called the Sprinkle Sensory Bag. The second one is called the Number Formation Cards. The third one is called the Editable Name Mats. The fourth one is called the Letter Activities Ideas. And the last activity is a video about Writing Alphabet Letters. Enjoy!


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Sprinkle Sensory Bag
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Sprinkle Sensory Bag

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+3

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This is a simple set up Rainbow Sprinkle Sensory Bag that is perfect for early learners practicing on their writing skills.

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ESSENTIAL PRE-K SKILL

Personalized Trace Name Workbook

Number Formation Cards
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Number Formation Cards

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+3

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I like when I can give my kids activities that they enjoy doing and can help strengthen skills that they need for preschool or even kindergarten. When they can learn while playing, I feel like I am doing a good job. That is where these Number Formation Cards come in. If you are teaching preschoolers how to write numbers, these cards are for you. Whether are implementing this activity in small groups or for individual children, these small cards are great for preschooler’s hands.

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Editable Name Mats
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Editable Name Mats

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+3

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Items likely found at home


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Teaching using student names is one of the most POWERFUL ways to teach letters and sounds to Preschool, Pre-k, and Kindergarten kiddos. Edit, print, and laminate mats, then have students build their names with various manipulatives & materials!

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Letter Activities Ideas
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Letter Activities Ideas

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+3 

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If you’re like me, you’re always looking for free letter activities to help your class get more practice with the alphabet. Learning the alphabet is essential, so it is important to make it engaging and fun for students. It takes weeks to go over the whole alphabet at the beginning of Kindergarten, so we don’t want to make it monotonous.

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Writing Alphabet Letters
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Writing Alphabet Letters

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+3

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Hi Kids, Welcome to Periwinkle!! After learning about Letters in the previous video, you will learn how to write Capital and small letters in this video.

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