Your kiddos will love this build a spider counting and number recognition to 12 math center. Students place the correct number of clips on the spider to create spider legs. They then match the spider to the correct spider web. After building the 12 spiders, they complete the independent practice. This center would be perfect for Preschool or Kindergarten.
Do you teach word families in your classroom? The kids love these word family crafts, and they are a great way to practice reading skills! I created these simple anchor chart crafts to help kinders practice their word families and vowel teams. After creating these word family crafts, we will create a display using them. The kids can use the display as a tool for their writing.
My kindergarten team does a lot of shared reading lessons at the beginning of the school year to teach concepts of print, phonemic awareness, word/sentence recognition and so much more. I decided to incorporate shared reading with the alphabet, and to do this I wrote these alphabet poems.
If you use poetry in your classroom, you know exactly how difficult it can be to find poems that are simple enough for kindergarten students. It can be almost impossible! This was a struggle a few years ago in my kindergarten classroom, and because of this struggle I decided to create a set of sight word poems that I knew my young readers could master.
Alphabet Letter A! Introduce your students to the letter Aa using these alphabet activities. This set comes with Letter Aa display cards for the pocket chart, letter A anchor chart materials, letter formation cards and practice, upper and lowercase pocket chart sorting activity, beginning sounds pocket chart sorting activity, letter Aa class book, letter A poem, letter Aa emergent reader, letter Aa word book and more.
I created this set of "names for numbers" printables so that my kindergarten students can learn to recognize several ways to make numbers. This set includes a names for numbers printable for each number 1-10. This would make a great math center! Students will see tally marks, ten frames, number words, and more.