Here at Red Apple Reading we love a creative literacy activity. We believe learning should be fun and spring provides the perfect opportunity to introduce cool literacy projects! This week we’ve chosen 10 of our favorite activities from our Spring Pinterest page. We know your little ones will simply love these literacy activities!
- Digging for Carrots Sight Word Activity – Looking for a good way to review sight words? Look no further! This adorable sensory activity from The Imagination Tree is just what you need.
- The Pronoun Patch – Teacher Idea Factory has come up with a great way to practice pronouns. Check out these cute spring flowers from the Pronoun Patch!
- Plastic Egg Compound Word Practice – Upcycle all of those plastic Easter eggs into teaching tools for the kids. Cool idea from The Lesson Plan Diva!
- Rainbow Spring Adjectives – Spring is the perfect time for little ones to brush up on their adjectives. Step into Second Grade has a great idea for adding describing words to different layers of a rainbow.
- Contraction Kites – Kids will love learning their contractions with this fun craft from The Weekly Hive.
- 25 Spring Writing Prompts – Check out these spring writing prompts from The Teacher Next Door.
- Crack and Write Eggs – Childhood 101 has a creative solution to boring spelling word practice. Your kids will love practicing spelling words with their used plastic eggs!
- Free Alphabet Butterfly Puzzles – Your preschooler will enjoy this fun game where she matches uppercase letters with their lowercase counterpart. Thanks for this freebie Totschooling!
- Tulip Phonograms – This tulip mat from Sorting Sprinkles is a cute way to celebrate spring and play with word families!
- An “Egg”cellent Review – In 5th Grade with Teacher Julia has a great idea for morning journal entries. Students choose a plastic egg and find a writing prompt inside! This can also be used for reviewing math facts as well as science and history questions.
If you like these ideas be sure to check out our other Pinterest boards for more great literacy projects!