Alejandra Maria Ramírez

Alejandra Maria Ramírez

Alejandra Maria Ramírez
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Toddler Approved!: Alphabet Pocket Matching Game

Toddler Approved!: Alphabet Pocket Matching Game

Love this colorful classroom word wall from Kindergarten Smorgasboard!

Love this colorful classroom word wall from Kindergarten Smorgasboard!

Set up a simple fine motor activity to work on letter recognition. This letter matching activity can be set up various ways depending on your child's skill level: alphabetical order, uppercase/ lowercase letter recognition, sequencing, etc!

Set up a simple fine motor activity to work on letter recognition. This letter matching activity can be set up various ways depending on your child's skill level: alphabetical order, uppercase/ lowercase letter recognition, sequencing, etc!

Sight word walk - how far can you go without a mistake? Would be easy to adapt to other subjects too

Sight word walk - how far can you go without a mistake? Would be easy to adapt to other subjects too

Sight word ring toss

Sight word ring toss

Word Families Read and Sort Activity with plastic spoons and paper cups. So fun!!

Word Families Read and Sort Activity with plastic spoons and paper cups. So fun!!

trace and match the common nouns. Free includes all 95 Dolch Nouns

trace and match the common nouns. Free includes all 95 Dolch Nouns

Homemade word dominoes game for CVC words for hands-on learning

Homemade word dominoes game for CVC words for hands-on learning

Recognizing Sight Words - This SMART Board game helps students memorize the 220 Dolch sight words. Students can study pre-primer, primer, first, second and third grade lists or any combination. In this example, cards with words said, not, one, and find are shown. The students are then asked, “Which one is find?”

Recognizing Sight Words - This SMART Board game helps students memorize the 220 Dolch sight words. Students can study pre-primer, primer, first, second and third grade lists or any combination. In this example, cards with words said, not, one, and find are shown. The students are then asked, “Which one is find?”

If I was a super-hero or if I had a special power... to go with super-hero theme

If I was a super-hero or if I had a special power... to go with super-hero theme