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Learning Sight Words the Fun Way! These engaging activities will help reinforce the recognition of these words, make your students better readers, and bring lots of fun and smiles to your classroom!

One of the most important ways to become a fluent reader is having the ability to read and recognize sight words. Read on to find ways of helping students learn sight words while having fun.

Cootie catchers (or chatterboxes/fortune tellers) are a fun way of combining a popular children’s game with some practice in reading and spelling words that have a particular phonics focus. | topnotchteaching.com

Teach Your Child to Read - Teach Your Child to Read - Using phonics games to help teach reading and spelling is a great way to engage your students. Here are some phonics board games and cootie catchers

phonics games

Phonics board games are a great way to practice and revise words during phonics time. Pick up your free sample and enter the giveaway to win the games.

Using phonics games to help teach reading and spelling is a great way to engage your students. Here are some phonics board games and cootie catchers | Top Notch Teaching

Teach Your Child to Read - Teach Your Child to Read - Using phonics games to help teach reading and spelling is a great way to engage your students. Here are some phonics board games and cootie catchers

Cause and effect anchor chart

Cause and effect allows students to better understand why things happen. C&E charts can apply to everyday classroom instruction.

using context clues to understand new vocabulary, an anchor chart

Types of Context Clues Anchor Chart (FREEBIE included!) rearrange the list and you have the acronym IDEAS which might help kids remember the different types of context clues.