School has been going strong for FIVE weeks now! I can't believe it.
My kiddos are super awesome <----sure that's grammatically correct.
We just finished our study on syllables and I wanted something for my kiddos to do in Word Work. We have clapped and clapped and clapped until our hands were red. So I figured, why not continue the agony (not really) in a center.
I came up with this little diddy (Who now has Jack & Diane by Mellenkamp in your head?)
Kids can look at the picture and clap the sound. Then they put a paper clip on the number that they clapped. I did the paper clip so that they can remember what number they clapped. If they can hold it in their head, then you don't need the clip. Then they find the letter in the top left corner and find the corresponding letter on the recording sheet and write the number.
I am using the dry erase covers so they can be used over and over. You could also make several copies and have students fill them out and turn them in so you can check. I also made a few copies so that more than one student can use this center at a time.
I put smiley stickers on one set and rainbow stickers on another so that I can keep all supplies together.
You can check it out here:
They are loving this one. It's super simple and they learned how to play it fairly quickly. I hope your kiddos can have fun with it too.