Here is a fun way for Kindergarten kids to work on their fine motor skills while gaining confidence reading word families. These 20 FREE Kindergarten Word Family Sliders are a fun homeschool language arts activity for kids.
Word Family Activities for Kids
Kindergarten Word Family Sliders
My Kindergartners always loved the sliders we made together. To help them continue to work on fine motor skills (important for strengthening hands to write letters), and gain confidence reading, I made these word family sliders to to enjoy together.
These are so easy to use. Just color, cut, slide, and READ!
There are 20 different sliders to make including the following word families: ug, ig, eep, ip, un, en, at, ot, ank, ill, ar, an, ish, ite, ail, ox, ed, op, ate, and oon.
Although I made these sliders for Kindergartners they work great for Preschool and 1st grade homeschoolers too.
Kids will feel successful and confident as they read these word families by themselves
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