reading

Sight Words Stamping Activity for Kids

This week we did a sight words stamping activity for my preschool son, and his second grade sister would not be left out. They had the best time stamping words, and they even managed to keep the ink off of my desk!! 🙂 Stamps are a long standing favorite at our house. My girls were […] Read more…

Cootie Catcher Word Building Activity

This Cootie Catcher Word Building Activity was fun for all ages at our house this past week. There’s something about cooties catchers that is just awesome, and the kids love them. We used that fascination and excitement to practice some CVC words, and it was a total hit. I’m not a Cootie Catcher building expert, […] Read more…

Paint Chip Reading Puzzles

This past week we had a blast reading with our paint chip reading puzzles. Okay, so to be fair, we made them with strips of stripped paper, but paint chips would work beautifully as well. As long as you have even, defined color lines that separate the sections, you can make these puzzles work. We […] Read more…

Mini Cup Memory Reading Game

*This post may contain affiliate links for your convenience. See disclosures for more details. If you are anything like us, your kids love learning with things from around the house. This Mini Cup Memory Reading Game was just such an activity. Cups are so cool!! I don’t know why, but they are. Maybe that’s why […] Read more…

Pool Noodle CVC Words Activity

*This post may contain affiliate links for your convenience. See disclosures for more details. We’ve been hunting for fun ways to learn over the summer, and this Pool Noodle CVC Words Activity was a hit with my little reader. Blending sounds and putting words together can be a tricky thing to master, but my son […] Read more…

Word Families Reading Activity With Spoons

*This post may contain affiliate links for your convenience. See disclosures for more details. We tried out a fun new word families reading activity this week, and I can’t wait to share it with you. My pre-schooler absolutely loved this one because it involved spoons and a bit of fine motor fun in addition to […] Read more…

Flower Garden Reading Activity for Spring

Daffodils and tulips are popping up all over my lawn, and they inspired today’s Flower Garden Reading Activity for Spring. I love all of the bright colors of spring flowers. They make me smile after a long, snowy winter, and evidently they make my kids smile as well because I have to remind them not […] Read more…

Hatching Chicks Spring Reading Activity

The air is starting to warm up, and little green things are sprouting up all over my yard. Spring is here, and it’s my favorite time of the year. I love all of the bright colors, the baby animals, and most of all, playing outside. We still like to do a bit of learning everyday, […] Read more…

Minute to Win it Reading Game #2

It’s not a secret that I love games, and our Minute to Win it reading games are no exception. I grew up with no television, no electronics, and very few toys. We made our own entertainment, and we played A LOT of games. To this day, when I get together with my brothers and sisters, […] Read more…

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