After modeling this
activity many times, Darci Giffin gave children opportunities for
independent practice in segmenting words. Children use dry erase
markers to write down the sounds they hear in words and lift the
flap to check their answers.
Children in Angie
Paris' room practice letters and words from the word wall using
Children match letters to
pictures in this center from Angie Paris' classroom.
Another alphabet center from Angie's room has children matching
letter tiles with letters written on a long strip of paper.
Clipboard Cruising is a popular center in Angie Paris' room.
Children write sight words, letters and names that they find around
the room using clipboards.
Tegan Leffler drew attention to vowels by having her students circle the
ones found in each other's names.
In this overhead center from Angie Paris' class, children practice
writing letters on the dry erase board.
this activity from Tegan Leffler's classroom, children role wooden
blocks with letters on them to make short a words. Click on the picture
for a better view.