In this fun lesson, students will learn about letter writing while practicing reading and spelling words in the same word family. This can be used as a stand-alone lesson or as support to the lesson Pop! Pop! Pop! Words in the -Op Family.
In this caterpillar-focused lesson plan, students will practice identifying words that begin with the letter C, while learning about the metamorphosis of a butterfly. This can be used as a stand alone or support lesson for your ELs.
There will be no question that students will know all about the letter Q after this engaging lesson. Teach your students this letter Q lesson so they can practice identifying, saying, and forming the letter.
Who doesn't love a cold glass of lemonade on a hot day? In this lesson students will learn about the letter L, work together to make a pitcher of lemonade, and use the language experience approach to create a class story.
Planning for a substitute in the classroom has never been easier than with this daily kindergarten sub plan! Your substitute can keep your students learning in your absence by using these lessons, worksheets, and activities.
Your students will love to see rhyming trees! They will manipulate letters to form different words that have the same rhyme. This lesson also integrates science and could be used to discuss parts of a plant or a tree.
Encourage your students to learn about letters and develop early literacy skills that will help them become great readers. This lesson helps students learn and review any chosen letter in the alphabet.
Line up the -og words on a log! In this lesson, students explore similarities between words in the "-og" family. Using a combination of blending and rhyme recognition, young readers will discover a bunch of words that rhyme with "log"!
Students will have no trouble at all using their w-, -it, wit to learn about the -it family in this lesson. It contains a bunch of songs and colorful worksheets to keep your youngsters engaged and entertained.
This is an easy and fun way to help students learn and remember letter sounds. This lesson can be done with minimal resources.
Students will love brainstorming words and will be singing even after the lesson.