Subject Area: Music & Resource Name: Sphinx Kids. Subject Area: Music & Resource Name: Music Games. Subject Area: Personal, Social, and Health Education/ PE & Resource Name: Kidnetic. Subject Area: Reading & Resource Name: Reading Rockets. Research suggests that only when a student can point to individual words accurately within a line of text will they be able to learn new words while reading.
Incorporating concept of word instruction into daily literacy practice will not only strengthen students’ speech-to-print match, it will also develop students’ alphabet knowledge, phonemic awareness, and knowledge of words in print. (Concept of Word in Text: An Integral Literacy Skill) As students are learning about concept of word they are building upon the foundations in the developmental progression of reading. This progression also includes learning about concepts of print (also referred to as print awareness). Not to be confused with concept of word, concepts of print includes an understanding that print carries meaning, that books contain letters, words, sentences, and spaces.
Subject Area: PE & Resource Name: Spark. Subject Area: Music & Resource Name: Charanga, Reflect, Rewind, Replay. Subject Area: Writing & Resource Name: Eliot Midnight Superhero. Subject Area: Science & Resource Name: Superworm Storytime Ideas. Subject Areas: Personal, Social, and Health Education/ Cooking and Nutrition & Resource Name: Superheroes Foods. Suject Areas: All & Resource Name: Superhero Sight Word Mash. This post is written as part of a compensated campaign from Marvel Super Hero Mashers, as part of the Mom It Forward Blogger Network.
Learning sight words is fun with the addition of superheroes! I’m not even sure my son thought it was anything other than a really fun game! Superhero Sight Word Mash Cards with sight words written on themSuperheroes We used index cards to write out the words, just because they stood up well. Subject Area: Personal, Social, and Health Education & Resource Name: Growums. Subject Area: PE & Resource Name: Preschool Storytime: Superheroes. Subject Areas: Personal, Social, and Health Education/ PE & Resource Name: Superhero Yoga Pose Ideas. Subject Areas: All & Resource Name: Sight Word Spider Web. I absolutely loved Allie's Spider Web Walking activity from last week.
Right after we saw it, we grabbed painters tape and started creating a spider web on our floor. We balanced on it and played her adorable game with some modified props (I didn't have spider rings, so we made our own spiders). It rained all afternoon, so we played with the spider web several other times. Subject Area: Personal, Social, and Health Education & Resource Name: If I Was a Superhero. Subject Areas: PE/Music & Resource Name: Superhero Gross Motor - Superhero Hop. Subject Area: Science & Resource Name: Sorting Mats for Community Workers.
Subject Area: Science & Resource Name: Amazing Animal Stories. Subject Area: Art & Resource Name: What a "Super" Craftivity. Our family LOVES superheroes, and you can’t deny that they certainly are popular right now, especially with our kiddos at school.
I love taking (appropriate) pop culture phenomena and weaving it into great instructional activities. The theme of superheroes lends itself so well to everything from fun crafts, to deeper lessons on literary elements and writing. Read on for “fantastic” ways to make “amazing” use of superheroes in the classroom! Subject Area: Art & Resource Name: Superhero Print Making and Color Mixing. Being the mom to all boys I knew the days of Superheros were coming.
I just was not sure when. Last fall the interest in superheros began for my oldest. And little brother, wanting to be just like his hero big brother, loves them too. Even baby brother has his own stuffed superhero toy. We are now officially “superhero crazy” over here, lol. Subject Area: History & Resource Name: Charles Dickens. Subject Area: History & Resource Name: Famous People Masks. Our famous people masks are easy to print and cut out and are a fun way for kids to dress up or indulge in a little role play - whether just for fun or for full-on productions.
Print onto card and laminate if you want a permanent mask, before gluing to a flat stick or wooden spoon for your child to hold in front of their face. You might want to cut eye holes too! Designed to fit and be used with our Abraham Lincoln Printable Mask, you might also find this stately top hat useful for your displays. Print onto card, cut out and stick to the top of the mask. What does it feel like to be the smiling Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge?