Get your Spanish stations ready for fall! Use this station to give your students practice identifying if two spoken words begin with the same sound. If your students love QR codes or you are trying to integrate technology into your stations, this station is for you!
This is a QR code station. The QR codes are linked to audio, making this a phonological awareness activity. No reading is required so it is perfect for preK and kindergarten students.
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Do you teach PreK or kindergarten in Spanish? If you do, you are going to love this Spanish QR code vowel activity. When I taught letter sounds in PreK I always started with the vowels. It is so important for young learners to really master the vowels in order to be successful readers.
In this Spanish vowel activity, I have included 15 activity cards, 3 for each of the 5 vowels. This is strictly a phonological awareness activity, there are no letters or reading required. The cards are self-checking so students can monitor their own learning.
Watch this brief video to see how this activity works. You will need to provide your students with a smart device with a free app that can scan and read QR codes.
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This activity includes all the syllables with the letter “a”!
Watch me as I demo this resource so you can see exactly how it works.
Put this activity in a station or play along with students during small group instruction. Click the product cover for more details about this resource.
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Building students’ addition and subtraction fact fluency foundation is essential. Here is a math activity to extend students’ fact skills and challenge them. Not In the Fact Family will have your students tapping into their higher order thinking skills and get them looking for the relationships among numbers.
This resource includes 4 sets of task cards with math facts with sums up to 12. These task cards would make a great independent math station but can also be used to facilitate a teacher lead small group.
Watch as I demo how you can use this resource in your classroom.
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