Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Where's the Spider? (Letter Name & Sound Recognition, and Number Recognition)

My students cannot get enough of these "Where's the...?" Pocket Chart games this year!  Now that it's October, we started using "Where's the Spider?" to practice letter names and sounds.  We can also use this game to practice number recognition.  

I just chose which cards I wanted to put in the pocket chart and hid the spider behind one of them.  The students took turns coming up and using a pointer, they point to one of the cards, say the name of the letter and the sound it makes.  Then they pull the card out and see if the spider is hiding behind it. (I have the students point at the cards with a pointer instead of just their finger because I found that this keeps them from just waking up and pulling out a card.)
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We finally found the spider hiding behind the very last letter!
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This game reviews uppercase letters, lowercase letters, and numbers.
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You can review each skill separately, or mix all the cards together!
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You can get a copy of "Where's the Spider?" here.
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