language arts games and activities - primary
Encourage a love of the written word in your students with primary language arts games and activities from Really Good Stuff®. Our collection of educational tools to help with reading and language is perfect for younger students who need a little help becoming stronger readers. From letter recognition and simple words to testing their vocabulary and reading comprehension, we offer a wide variety of language arts games and toys for preschoolers all the way up to middle school students. We offer language learning games for all ages, such as our Really Good Stuff® Beginning Sound Dominoes, Word Building Sliders: Blends and Digraphs, and Really Good Stuff® Sugar And Spice! A Time And Money Cupcake Trail Game. Find beginner language arts activities and tools to incorporate into your lesson plans when you browse through our collection of reading resources.
Inspiring Young Readers With Language Arts Games
As a teacher, you want your students you want them to learn, and games and activities help reinforce skills they are taught. Part of that goal is to help them succeed in the classroom since reading is involved in every subject, not just language arts. If children have a strong foundation with letters, words, and comprehension, it will serve them well for years to come and help them to build upon those skills as they progress through school. Another aspect to consider is helping kids learn to love the written word. A love of reading provides intellectual stimulation for kids and encourages them to be curious, inquisitive, and thoughtful. Beginner language arts activities for preschoolers, like our ABC Cookies Game or My Own Tiny Take-Homes™: Folktales books, are designed to encourage a love of reading that will hopefully last a lifetime.
Language Arts Activities Suited to Each Student
One of the ways we’ve made it easy for teachers to find exactly what their students need is by categorizing each of the language arts activities and games according to age or grade level. Whether you work with preschoolers, kindergarteners, elementary school students, or middle schoolers, you’ll find an excellent selection of reading comprehension activities and primary spelling and language games to help them succeed. Many teachers stock up on a few grade levels to provide the proper materials for students who may be a bit ahead or behind in their reading skills upon entering their class. Shop now to find the best games and activities in language arts for kindergarten and preschool students. See our entire collection of games and activities that you can incorporate into the early childhood classroom and beyond.