The best thing about this is that the Electronic Pass the Parcel comes with a remote, which is small enough to hide in your hand. You will need to label a cube or dice with the letters s, a, t, p, i and n I placed sticky dots over a regular 6-sided dice.
Simply press the button when you want the music to stop, which ensures all your students get a turn! We use this game as an introduction to our small group activities.
Alternatively, you can set it to stop randomly. S, a, t, p, i and n are the first six letters taught, as once these sounds are learnt students can begin using this sound knowledge to blend and segment a range of simple words it, is, in, sit, pan….
This activity includes a Roll and Trace version for students who really struggle with letter formation or pencil grip. Then I placed six bowls in the centre of our circle, labelled with the satpin letters.
Simply roll a dice, move your counter that many spaces, state the sound that is landed on and a word that begins with that sound. Here is how he helped us review our satpin sounds. Students roll the dice and place a counter over the letter that was rolled, until their entire board is covered.
This was another favourite in our classroom this year. Here are our filled satpin bowls after a fun-filled morning! The students sit in a circle and pass the Electronic Pass the Parcel around the circle, one by one, whilst it plays music. So when on the search for resources to use, I came across lots of wonderful games and activities for teaching phonics and the alphabet, but there were not many resources specific to teaching satpin letters.
I hope you can use some of these ideas for teaching satpin in your classroom.
When the music stops, the lid pops open and the student holding the Pass the Parcel selects an object from inside.Below are my six favourite satpin activities that we have used so far, including one of the best purchases I have ever made as a teacher – the Electronic Pass the Parcel.
SATPIN Roll and Write. In this Roll and Write SATPIN game, students roll a dice and write the corresponding letter. This bundle of SATPIN games and activities are perfect for learning the letters s, a, t, p, i and n. The seven activities included focus on letter and sound recognition and require students to provide both written and oral responses, depending on the activity.
Find this Pin and more on Satpin activities by Vicki Auty. Trace words in bright colored sand.
Great idea for Lou's spelling tests. She hates writing! Sand writing to help children perceive their CVC words Sand Writing: You can get colored sand really cheap at.
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A great practical activity to support reading and writing within your setting. An activity sheet to support the fun activity of 'Write the Room'. Let the children explore your classroom looking for words beginning with the letters s, a, t, p, i and n.
sion words: Words Ending in the -sion / -ssion Suffixes - PowerPoint Lesson and 21 Worksheets This resource contains a PowerPoint lesson and a set of 21 differentiated 4/4(1).Download