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These hands-on sight word centers have been a game changer in my 2nd grade classroom! The clear, visual directions are perfect for beginning readers and ELLs. We use them in our literacy center rotations every week because they work with any spelling or high frequency word list! Word work planning made easy!
Many kids struggle to build sight word fluency. This blog post will show you how using bodies to spell words is a great way to incorporate movement into sight word instruction! This free body-spelling PowerPoint helps students learn sight words using visual, auditory, reading, writing, and kinesthetic methods! They'll read the words in context, say and spell, sky-write, body-spell, find them, and write them! #tejedastots #sightwords
FREEBIE: Fry First 100 Sight Word Flash Cards- Freebie! These printable sight words can be used for so many different things! Word walls, flash cards, sight word books, etc! This freebie includes all of the Fry first 100 sight words. They are printed in a very clear and simple font to ensure that your students are able to read them with no problems!
This bundle of Fry sight word lists covers the first 500 words. This is the perfect assessment tool for a kindergarten, first, second or third grade classroom. Each 100 words comes with two list options, 5 words or 10 words. Their are word cards for each option recording sheets and binder suggestions for storing. Each 100 comes with a different sports themed goal, award, and recording sheet. This is perfect for teachers or parents to run in a volunteer program.
Are you looking to improve your student's sight word fluency? Well, be a smart cookie with these sight word rings, with a fun sight word incentive! Students will be both engaged and motivated with these sight word activities on rings. Meet with your students once a week and assign them with a differentiated sight word list using Fry's or Dolch sight word lists. Watch their sight word knowledge grow in no time. #sightwords #fluency #wordwall #literacy #kindergarten #firstgrade
Sight Word Fluency Sticks are a powerful tool for you to use in your Kindergarten, 1st grade or 2nd grade classroom. I believe in this system because it is developmentally appropriate, research based, and meets the needs and ability levels of all the students in your classroom in a low stress and low maintenance way. When students focus on 10 sight words at a time, this sets the child up for success. They are no longer overwhelmed with a pile of flashcards to practice.