Thursday, September 20, 2012

RTI & Kindergarten Activity Freebie :)

 

What can I say, I LOVE highlighters!  And, so do kids!

Hence…

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Good news!  It’s free!  Click the pic above or HERE to get your copy!  It’s great for pre-schoolers, kindergartners, ELL/ESL students, or for RTI in grades K-1. 

I had Becks working on the Letter Aa activity mat today:

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And, here’s a sample of the follow-up activity sheet…

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I’m currently using it during my RTI time with my kinder-kiddos, as an addition to my RTI Letter Recognition and Identification pack

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Happy Thursday, y’all!

38 comments:

kristina said...

Oh my gosh! I just moved back to K (K/1) actually after 3 years in first and this is sooo perfect. Thank you so much.

Ktbug said...

In a non-creepy, non-SWF, kinda way, I want to be like you when I grow up!! I always love your ideas! And I truly mean that in the least creepy way possible!! Thanks so much!

Kimberly Gajewski said...

Thanks so much, Abby! This is terrific! You have such fabulous ideas! :D

Becca Foxwell said...

Wow!! Thank you so much! I have some kiddos that are greatly going to benefit from using these! Your ideas are always so wonderful!!

First Grade in Foxwell Forest

Yayis said...

THANK YOU!

Mrs. Ryan said...

LOVE it! Can't thank you enough for sharing!

Sarah Paul said...

WOW! This is so generous! I'm totally going to do this with my son Shawn. I also have a kiddo in my first grade class that could use this as well. Thank you so much for sharing!
Sarah
Sarah's First Grade Snippets

Lili Garcia said...

You're really generous, thanks a lot!!!!!

Mrs Poultney said...

Thank you so much for sharing, that is awesome! I have an intellectually disabled student who will get alot of use out of this.
Tania
Mrs Poultney's Ponderings

Kimberly Santana said...

LOVE!

Kimberly
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Mrs. Wheeler said...

Awesome!!! Thx!


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Sharon said...

Love this! I think I will use it for my reading buddy!

I am a student teacher and would love if you and any other teachers reading this would come check out my blog and leave a comment with some advice for me about being a student teacher.

www.thetennesseeteacher.blogspot.com

Learning with Mrs. Brinn said...

Looks like a fun activity! Thanks for the freebie!
Gwen
Learning With Mrs. Brinn

Unknown said...

Maybe I am a dork I can not print it off of TPT. I downloaded it but no luck printing. Any suggestions?? It is awesome by the way! Thanks

Abby said...

@unknown, I'm sorry - I have no idea what the issue could be...maybe try printing from a different printer/network?

dbturner said...

Wow, thanks so much for this great freebie. I am currently working with a very low RTI group of first graders who are struggling with letter recognition. This is awesome and it's FREE! Thank you again!

Heather's Heart said...

This is great and perfect for a little Firstie I know! =)

If you get the chance, I would love for you to come and join my giveaway. You can win a prize package that includes a $50 Target gift card, a $25 TpT gift card AND a $25 Lakeshore gift card. =)


Heather
Heather's Heart

S. Simpson said...

That looks fantastic, I just pinned your post. Thank you so much for creating and sharing such wonderful items.

✰ Stacy

Simpson Superstars

Ms Lilypad said...

Thanks, this is awesome! I love the different fonts for highlighting the letters, because different books and assessments use different lettering, and esp. with the letters a and g, the kids need to see multiple ways of making the letter.

http://lilypadlittles.blogspot.com

Louanne said...

I love this - thanks so much for sharing!! I have a little boy this year in my kindergarten class who only speaks Chinese. Our ESL teacher - small town stuff -only speaks Spanish! I worked on the letter Ss with him on Friday and we had so much success together! :)
My Kindergarten Kids

MknaffAbc123 said...

thank you abby!!

Jackie said...

Thanks for sharing this, it will be really useful with my Pre-K sweetie.

Kim West said...

THANK YOU thank you THANK YOU! I just got a new firstie this week, that needs SO much intervention! Also, I ptinted out just the highlighter pages two to a sheet, back to back to make a laminated flip book for my preschooler for our 5 hour plane ride coming up in December. YOU ROCK!!!

Anonymous said...

Great resource! Thanks for sharing! PS - Check the second Dd page - little type in the directions. xxoo

Kelly Pierce said...

This is great! I bought you RTI pack and love it! Thank you so much!!!

Do you think you will make a number id/recognition pack? If you do, I will be the first one to buy it!!! :)

connie said...

Amazing :)
I bought the RTI pack and am including this. Quick questions/request...any chance there is a math RTI pack in the works?? I would love one :)
Thanks again for everything you do and share
Connie

Lisa K said...

Thank you so much! I will be trying to use it with my 3 year old son :)

Serena said...

Thank you for this - love it!

The Teachers Treasure Chest said...

I am using this packet with my four year old and he LOVES it. He asks every day if he can do his "homework"!! Amazing!

Ashley
The Teacher's Treasure Chest

Lucia Nestler said...

Hi Abby,

I can't print this! I can download it, but it won't print. I tried different printers, computers, and nothing. Can you help? Or can you email it to me? chiagirl30@gmail.com Thank you!

Jonelle Bell said...

I had trouble printing this too. I finally got it all to print except for the letter j, so my little people are practicing all of their letter with the exception of j:)
Jonelle
Jonelle
A Place Called Kindergarten

Lee Ann said...

I work with Title I kdg kiddos and this would be great! I have a few who can make the letter sound, but cannot name the letter. Have you seen this with your students? In your opinion, which do you think is more important or do you think they are equally important? Thanks!

Mrs. Babbitt and Ms. Esler said...

My kindergarten kids llllooooovvvveeeee this!! I have small intervention groups and they are thrilled to use highlighters. The teachers call their high frequency words popcorn words so I told them they get to use the highlighter to "butter" letters... Hehe. : ) thank you for being generous and sharing. I love your blog.

Anonymous said...

I love your RTI pack! I believe Iron Man is there because he is an action figure/ action hero.



Kelli Mills
kmills1@caney.com

Casey Nelson said...

Thanks so much! This is great for my kids still struggling with letters!
Casey
http://addictedtokindergarten.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

I can't wait to use this on Monday. Thank you so much!

zeeshan malik said...

Stunning...boards,Plastic cards , blocks helps a lot to teach kids....

Anonymous said...

Love this! Has been an excellent resource for working with some of my babies who are struggling. Check out my kinder blog at www.aneighborhoodkindergarten.blogspot.com!