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Teach Your Monster to Read - Free Phonics Games for Kids

Teach Your Monster to Read - Free Phonics Games for Kids

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English Conversation Dialogues For Kids (English 4 Kids) –[Multimedia-English videos] Short stories for kids are adventurous and interesting ways to teach your children about good morals and right conduct. As kids, they are at their formative years, that is why they need to be educated with good values to make them good fit for society and family. These small English stories are not only entertaining, they teach children about several things in life. 15 Effective Tools for Visual Knowledge Management Since I started my quest a few years ago searching for the ultimate knowledge management tool, I’ve discovered a number of interesting applications that help people efficiently organize information. There certainly is no shortage of solutions for this problem domain. Many tools exist that offer the ability to discover, save, organize, search, and retrieve information. However, I’ve noticed a trend in recent years, and some newer applications are focusing more on the visual representation and relationship of knowledge.

Playing with Coloured Water - Free, Easy, Educational Fun for Kids Is there a child who doesn’t love playing with coloured water? This backyard water activity is a super way for kids to learn about colour-mixing, to strengthen fine and gross motor skills, and it’s a terrific way for children to keep cool on a hot, summer day! This water activity is one of our favourites from our collection of simple science activities for toddlers and preschoolers. Beantime Stories On warm, sunny afternoons, you're likely to find children knocking on the door of Tippity Witchet's windmill house asking her to tell them a Beantime Story. Tippity is always happy to see them. She invites the children to pick ripe jellybeans from her garden to eat while she tells her tales.

Got Permission to Upload that Video? A parent video records your spring concert and posts it online. What’s to worry? A lot. You need permission from two sources: Individuals in the video or their parentsThe copyright owner Individual and Parent Permission salt, glue and watercolour art - happy hooligans - name recognition A name recognition activity with salt, glue and watercolour art! This was our first time doing salt, glue and watercolour art, and the hooligans and I had so much fun with the process! I used the technique as a tool to help work on letter and name recognition, but it can be used purely as an art project or simple science activity as well. Skill-building and learning: This activity is jam-packed with teaching and learning opportunities! Science: absorptionArt: colour recognition and colour blendingFine motor: squeezing pipettes and droppersCo-ordination: pouring salt, shaking trayConcentration: applying colour to a specific area on the paperLiteracy: letter recognition and formation, name recognition

Stories, Literacy, Key Stage 1 - Interactive Whiteboard Resources Tiger's House This story book is a fun activity in which pages can be turned onscreen. Choose to read or hear the story. National Geographic Education - National Geographic Education This website would like to remind you: Your browser (Firefox 17) is out of date. Update your browser for more security, comfort and the best experience on this site. Educators! Melting ice with salt and watercolours - happy hooligans Melting Ice with Salt and Watercolours – a colourful science experiment for kids. One of the hooligans favourite science activities is melting a block of ice salt and water. Today we’re doing this experiment as a Valentine’s activity so we’ve used a heart-shaped ice block.

This educational game is designed to promote early literacy skills such as phonics. Students complete a series of reading based mini-games to help a monster fix their ship and escape desert islands. As the students play through different islands, teachers can keep track of how far they've progressed through the game. The website is free to use and a mobile app can be purchased. This game is targeted for younger readers (K-2). Different recommendations for using this website: 1. Have the students complete the game as a reading center during class. Teachers can either give them a certain checkpoint to reach or have them complete the game at their own pace. 2. Have students come up with stories based off of their monster to promote creativity. 3. Have students share their progress with their classmates and maybe design a group project based from the game such as a comic book. This allows them to talk about what they've learned and apply it with their peers. by htravis4 Oct 28

Well created game which teaches students about letters, sounds, and words which can be created. Games vary as you work through the process of teaching a monster. by kristiweber5 Oct 25

This is a very creative resource for kids to learn phonics. It is free, (you just need to enter your email and create a password) students will design their own monster and take their monster on a journey where they will complete interactive phonic activities along the way. by ccasas5 Jul 17

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