Fun with Words and Mom’s Library #94

It is so exciting to see my daughter (4 yrs) writing words on her own.  Right now she has “the” and “cat” down pat, but sometimes it is hard to motivate her to learn new ones.  That’s why I’m featuring some creative ideas and activities for playing and reading words.  At least one of these word activities is sure to motivate even the most reluctant reader.

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Paint Chip Word Families

  What a colorful way to show the relationship between words.   Paint Chip word families  

An Easy Way to Get Free Books!

  I’ve never heard of this service before, but I am so excited to trade in some of our old children’s books for some different ones!   easy way to get free books  

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Game

  Although this shows a letter activity you could easily change it to a making words game.  Who can spell the most?   word game  

Silly Sentence Fortune Tellers

  What kind of sentence will luck make for you?   fortune teller open  

Puzzle Words

  Put your old puzzles to good use and make word puzzles!  

puzzle words  

Activities for Site Word Printables

  If you are wondering what you can do with all those word printables you’ve found on Pinterest, this is the post for you!   Activities for site word printables  

Glow in the Dark Words

  It’s fun making words when the letters glow in the dark!   glow in the dark letters  

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  1. Meghan Malicoat says

    The Activities for Site Word Printables is my favorite post. With two kids learning to read I need all the help I can get.

  2. Sara says

    Thank you for the post about BookMooch! I’m sure I will get more use out of that than I would care to admit! :-)

  3. Michelle Messer says

    Thank you for featuring “EASIEST WAY TO GET FREE BOOKS”. We are think in decluttering mode so this will be an immediate help.

    I am enjoying your site.

  4. Tanya says

    My favorite post was “An easy way to get free books”. I am always looking for ways to get free books, and ebooks are the easiest to find. I downloaded 59 free children’s books for our homeschool one evening from Amazon. Freebies make my day!

  5. Natalie Brown says

    Hi! I really liked the paint chip word families. I love getting this newsletter & reading it. My grandson is just a toddler but I get & save so many ideas for when he’s a little bit older. Thank-you!!

  6. Jamie says

    Love the Silly Sentence Fortune Tellers. Nostalgic and I loved doing this as a younger person and I think my daughter will really like it as well.

  7. Stephanie says

    My favorite are the puzzle words. My 6 yr son loves puzzles. He is having a hard time with reading. Thank you for all of your hard work!!

  8. Deborah P. says

    I actually saw this giveaway on Pinterest and decided to take a look at your page. I will definitely be subscribing to get all the feature posts of the week. Thanks!

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