We did these sweet Idiom Kites a little while ago, but I never had a chance to post them. I took a quick picture though before I took them down today since they were being replaced with frogs. This was a cute way for them to practice their Idioms. One of the boys in my class often gets done early, and asked if he could make a “box kite” with the kite pieces. I though why not :). Didn’t it turn out cool??? Love it when I can let them use their own ideas in their work. He was so proud of it. You can purchase this “Idiom Kite” from my teacher pay teacher store. It is part of a pack that is full of other ideas. Click on the above picture, and it will take you there.
It is never a bad idea to review phonemic awareness and beginning sounds with you preschoolers, kindergarteners, or 1st graders! This hands on learning bundle gives your students the opportunity to build on or begin their knowledge of the alphabet and beginning sounds. With so many different ways to use, you won’t be disappointed. Link in bio for the resource. #beginninglettersounds#phonemicawareness#neverstoplearningandgrowing... See MoreSee Less