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Basketball Sight Word Race
Basketball Sight Word Race is a board game where your students read a word and then roll one die (dice) and move that many spaces on the board. Should a student land on a basketball then he or she gets to go again. There are 20 fun cards that will tell your students to go again, go ahead 2 or 3 spaces, go back 2 or 3 spaces, trade spaces, lose a turn, or go back to start. This is perfect for a literacy center or station for word work or early finishers. 220 sight words are included.
Dr. Seuss: Happy Birthday Celebration Activities, Green Eggs and Ham Recipe, Song and Much More! | The Learning Station
It's time to begin gathering resources and getting ready to celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday. Dr. Seuss (Theodor Geisel) was born on March 2, 1904. This revered children's author’s birthday will be celebrated in schools all across the country as part of Read Across America. Check out this blog filled with music, activities and the best recipe for “Green Eggs and Ham”! #DrSeuss #literacy
“The Book About Tony Chestnut” Giveaway! | The Learning Station
Giveaway: “The Book About Tony Chestnut” invites children to actively participate and interact with the story and its cast; creating an ultimate literary experience for young children that is inviting, engaging, and delightfully fun. 3 lucky people will WIN this multi award-winning 48 page hardcover, picture book with a read-along CD that includes the HIT song, “Tony Chestnut”. (Retail Value $19.95.) #giveaway