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  • Contraction Centers


    Snag 6 contraction centers in one easy download! The playful activity pack makes it fun to make popular contractions including can’t, she’ll, don’t, doesn’t, haven’t and dozens more. The options are perfect for one-on-one instruction, small groups, literacy centers OR whole class lessons!



    –> 5 Flap-Books (one each had, have, is, not and will)

    –> Hide and Seek Pocket Chart Game

    –> 24 Contraction Puzzles

    –> Flip & Write Game

    –> 18 Clip Cards

    –> Unicorn Race Board Game

  • Hide and Seek Pocket Chart Games – EDITABLE


    Get ready for some exciting and fun sight word practice! These 11 playful hide and seek pocket chart games are EDITABLE so you can practice any words under the sun: sight words, word families, themed words… the sky’s the limit.

    The games are great to play with the entire class, in small groups or even one-on-one.




    –> Hamburger Hide & Seek

    –> Dinosaur Hide & Seek

    –> Gumball Hide & Seek

    –> Cookie Hide & Seek

    –> Frog Hide & Seek

    –> Laundry Hide & Seek

    –> Penguin Hide & Seek

    –> Fish Hide & Seek

    –> Truck Hide & Seek

    –> Rainy Day Hide & Seek

    –> Monster Hide & Seek


    That’s 11 EDITABLE hide and seek pocket chart games in all!

  • R-Controlled Vowel Centers


    These 10 playful R-controlled vowel centers make it fun to practice 5 different spelling patterns in words: AR, ER, IR, OR and UR.

    Play a round of Ropin’ Rodeo, match up R-controlled vowel puzzles, sort popcorn word families…. kids will love playing all 10 centers!



    –> Smarty Pants flip and write game

    –> Ropin’ Rodeo game board

    –> Treasure Hide and Seek pocket chart game

    –> Space I Spy write around the room

    –> Superhero Sprint dice game

    –> Puzzle Pairs match up

    –> Popcorn Words read and sort activity

    –> Word Family Puzzles

    –> Clip Cards

    –> And What’s Right read and color sheets


    That’s 10 engaging R-controlled vowel centers in all!

  • Short U Centers


    Short U centers just got a whole lot more fun! This playful set of 11 print-and-play activities keep kids engaged while they work on the 9 most common short U word families:

    -UB, -UD, -UG, -UM, -UN, -UP, -US, -UT, -UX



    –> 5 playful board games

    –> 4 spin, read and color sheets

    –> 5 sound it out mats

    –> 5 I Spy games

    –> Word family puzzles

    –> Clip cards

    –> Flip and write “Bubble Bash” game

    –> 2 no-prep color by word family sheets

  • Short O Centers


    Make it fun for students to practice reading and writing short O words with this motivating batch of 12 short O centers!

    The mega pack includes 12 print-and-play activities focusing on the 7 most common word families:

    -OB, -OD, -OG, -OM, -OP, -OT, -OX



    –> 5 playful board games

    –> 5 no-prep roll and write sheets

    –> Flip and write “Bubble Bash” game

    –> Sound it out mats

    –> Roll and graph game

    –> Flip and write “Flower Power” game

    –> Hide and seek pocket chart game

    –> 2 no-prep read and color sheets

  • Short I Centers


    Help students learn to read and write short I words with these 14 motivating centers!

    The mega pack of short I centers includes 14 print-and-play activities focusing on the 8 most common word families:

    -IB, -ID, -IG, -IM, -IN, -ING -IP, -IT



    –> 6 flip and color games

    –> 8 engaging board games

    –> 8 no prep roll and write sheets

    –> 8 hands-on playdough mats

    –> Hide and seek pocket chart game

    –> Ice cream sort

    That’s 14 addictively fun short I literacy centers in all!

  • Short E Centers


    Get ready for some serious fun! These 12 playful print-and-play centers motivate kids to practice reading and writing the 6 most common short E word families:

    -EB, -ED, -EG, -EM, -EN, -ET



    –> 4 motivating game boards

    –> 4 sound it out playdough mats

    –> 4 I spy games

    –> 4 roll and graph centers

    –> 24 clip cards

    –> 2 no prep cut and sort sheets


    That’s 12 short E print-and-play centers in all!

  • Short A Centers


    Focusing on one vowel at a time helps many kids learn to differentiate those tricky middle sounds once and for all.

    This mega pack of Short A centers includes 13 playful print-and-play activities honing in on the 8 most common short A word families:

    -AB, -AD, -AG, -AM, -AN, -AP, -AT, -AX

    Just print and play!



    –> 7 motivating game boards

    –> 7 no prep spin and color sheets

    –> 7 I spy games

    –> 8 roll and graph centers

    –> Word family puzzles

    –> Flip and write game

    –> Sound it out building cards

  • Beginning Sound Activity Pack


    As children learn how to read, the part of words they are able to isolate and spell first are beginning sounds. It is as though their brain works so hard to pull apart that first sound that the rest of the letters just melt away.

    These eleven beginning sound games are the perfect combination of fun and effective for kids! Children will be ready to move on to ending sounds in no time.

    Check out all of the motivating details below.



    –> Clip cards

    –> Alphabet match up puzzles

    –> 5 game boards

    –> Color by sound no prep sheets

    –> Sound sort

    –> Mystery beginning sound no prep sheets

    –> Beginning sound cover up mats (in color and black and white)


    NOTE: All of our activities are instant downloads.

  • Phonics Toolkit


    This phonics toolkit makes it easy to teach letter sounds in fun, hands-on and playful ways. Just prep the toolkits once and students can use them all year long!



    –> Easy to follow assembly directions

    –> 6 colorful phonics tool kit labels

    –> An alphabet chart

    –> A digraph and blend chart

    –> 2 consonant and vowel sound walls (one with mouth shapes and one without)

    –> A reusable sound map

    Plus a list of additional hands-on supplies you can add from the dollar store, Target or Walmart for even more fun!

  • Word Chain Lists


    These word chain lists are a huge time and sanity saver! Instead of getting stuck trying to come up with complete word chains on your own, just print these done-for-you lists. There are 7 different varieties of word chains you can use with daily warm ups, centers, whole-class practice, or small groups.

    Snag your set and then hit “print” to get 112 ready-to-go word chains!

  • Long Vowel Phonics Posters


    Get these 11 magic E long vowel word family printable posters to add a perfect visual to your classroom walls or bulletin boards! They can be be used when introducing new long vowels, reviewing learned long vowels, or even as visuals for centers.


    • 3 Magic E long A
    • 3 Magic E long I
    • 4 Magic E long O
    • 1 Magic E long U
  • Short Vowel Phonics Posters


    These 15 short vowel word family printable posters are a perfect visual to add to your classroom walls or bulletin boards! They can be be used when introducing new short vowels, reviewing learned short vowels, or even as visuals for centers.


    • 3 Short A
    • 3 Short E
    • 3 Short I
    • 3 Short O
    • 3 Short U
  • Syllable Lists


    These syllable lists are full of words that align with each of the 6 types of syllables. Teaching students about the 6 different types of syllables helps them chunk longer words into manageable parts so they can read them correctly.

    These lists will help you make the 6 different syllable types clear for kids without having to spend time searching for words. Save time and sanity with this powerful phonics tool!

  • Letter Sound Wheels


    These letter sound wheels are absolute alphabet perfection! The playful clip cards are a motivating way to work on beginning sounds.

    Clip the words that start with each letter.

    But don’t be fooled! Four of the choices aren’t a match.

    There’s one wheel for all 26 letters.

    —> Bundle with all of our other alphabet activities and SAVE!

  • Trigraph Decodable Readers


    This set of 4 trigraph decodable readers is ideal to use with small reading groups, phonics practice, whole class lessons, or as take home books. To add an element of fun for your students, they get to illustrate the book! Drawing the pictures to match the meaning of each page will help to build their reading comprehension. Just hit “print,” cut the pages in half, and staple! You’ll quickly have an engaging trigraph decodable reader to target your students’ specific needs.