We love fun literacy activities! The more hands-on the better. Plus, sorting activities help children to recognise and categorise different types of stones letters, words, pictures, and numbers, and develops their language, visual, and critical thinking skills.
And we have this adorable set up by @yearonesofun of the Letters, Words, Numbers & Picture Houses. The houses are separated by fences (just to help distinguish between the different houses) plus to make it a little more fun, the kids get to do a lucky dip to choose the next stone that they reveal.
You can purchase this as a printable (click here to purchase) and here’s all the information on how to make your own story stones.
We love an easy to set up resource, and this is one of them. When it comes to literacy activities, it’s ideal to find ones that have multiple uses and can be adapted for knowledge and skill levels.
When setting up literacy activities, you don’t always need to use everything that is there and available, instead use the resources that suit the need for that activity. And there’s also the opportunity to use just the stones that you make, or to use them with the houses as well!
Add this literacy activity to your collection today!
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