"Write It and Wipe It!" Literacy Centers - Printables

My kiddos just LOVE learning sight words/theme words with my "Write it and Wipe it" literacy centers and so I've been busy printing, cutting and laminating these reusable cards. I can honestly say that this sitting on my bedroom floor prepping my resources is seriously one of my favourite things to do. Seriously. I know some teachers can't stand this kind of thing, but I LOVE crafting and this is to is no different :) 

Laminating my Pre-K and KG literacy centre 
Write It and Wipe It! Pre-K & Kindergarten Literacy Center - Dolch Words
Write It and Wipe It! Kindergarten Literacy Center - Dolch Words 
Write It and Wipe It! French Colours Literacy Center
Write It and Wipe It! EASTER Literacy Center
5 Year old printing inside the letter boxes
5 Year old wiping the letters off the reusable literacy cards 
Each card has a Dolch high-frequency sight words (ie. Kindergarten Dolch Words and Pre-K Dolch Words) or vocabulary words (ie. Easter and french colours) and space to print the letters above. You will notice the letter boxes help your little ones with letter formation and assist in completing their independent work. :)  

Product Details:

► These hands-on learning cards are the perfect tool to support your students' reading and spelling progress

► Consists of Dolch Sight Words or themed vocabulary words 

► Print, cut apart (optional) and laminate (or use page protectors) 

► Children print the letters inside each letter box using dry erase markers or dry erase crayons. When finished, the letters can easily be wiped off and then reused! 

► Children can use the cards to build sentences (longer sentences can be constructed on long tables or the floor) 

► Cards may be used with pocket charts for further investigation as a class or independently (I use small tabletop pocket charts at my centre and children take turns building sentences with them after they print the letters on each card they use.) 

► Promotes Independence, reading, printing, fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, creative process, etc. 

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Thanks for reading! 

~Jen Rece