Only other teachers can appreciate my LOVE of magnetic letters! 🙂 Seriously, they are so versatile! In this post, I thought I would list some ways we have used them this past semester (yes I might be slightly behind in posting photos from our school days) along with photos of those uses in progress.
Since I have multiple learners at different levels, you will find uses for multiple level learners in this post too! Grab your favorite cup of coffee, tea, soda, water … and be inspired. Oh, and please share in the comments any ways you use magnetic letters.
1). Vowel Pairs
We use our large magnetic board all the time, and one way I’ll use it is just to show my 2nd grade peeps how different vowel blends or pairs can sound the same. They find this frustrating at times and so do I quite frankly (from the teaching side), but there is nothing like being called to come up to the board and try your hand at it (hands-on!) to help their little minds to grasp this concept.
Different letter combinations can say multiple sounds AND different letter combinations can say the SAME sound.
If you are a large family or just a group who likes to play games that appeal to multiple ages and abilities, this post might be one to read on to the bottom!
In the spirit of giving I thought it was high time for some giveaways here!
My Teachers Pay Teachers store has a few games in it and some of my most popular have been my BINGO
I have BINGO games for the youngest of learners and older learners too. I will give away ONE copy of each of my FIVE BINGO games from my store. The choices are:
and my MOST popular BINGO Game … 2D Shapes Bingo!
Please post away if you’d like a set. Let me know which one you’d like and be sure to put a valid email in with your comment (no one but me will be able to see the email addy). The first one to comment for each set will get the one set of their choice. For those who aren’t first to comment, I will have all of my BINGO sets on sale in my store at 10% OFF through December 31st!
If you need something fun and educational to do on these long winter days or even during an indoor recess for your class, these make great resources! The Noun and Verb Bingo boards are completely black-and-white for easy printing, but they look amazing on colored copy stock which is how I printed ours.
Oh and one more gift for my readers: I have a FREE Preposition BINGO game in my store.
You might want to go and download it today! Please let me know how you like it if you download it! I always appreciate feedback on my TpT products.
Be BLESSED Today!
**GIVEAWAY ends on January 4.**
A mega bundle of LEGO® goodness has been in the works for weeks. I had shelved it due to clip art issues, but when I found some new BRICK clip art I knew it was going to be good! And it is!
Li’l Bro, Li’l Miss and Li’l Bit are begging for more BRICK BUILDERS math fun after testing a few of the activities in my latest offering at TpT: Brick Builders MEGA Math Unit. It is 125 pages HUGE with 105 pages of printables!!! The other 10 pages are instructions and descriptions.
I thought it would be fun to keep the giving goodness going but today I’m going to add a twist! Continue reading