Where's the bear? Sight word practice

Sprinkles to Kindergarten!: Where's the Bear? In a small group setting, I set out ten cups at a time with a bear under each cup. If a student can read the word they get the bear.

I LOVE THIS IDEA! duct tape and folders to create this - don't need to buy another pocket chart!

The Silver Lining: Monday Made It I used six file folders, tape, zebra duct tape, and stickers. I'm going to use this for the things that were always on my teacher table

these are sight word pointers and are great for finding sight words in books. The children choose a pointer and look for that word as they read. I printed the words on colored cardstock stars and taped them to straws. They've lasted a couple of years!

Big Book Station--these are sight word pointers and are great for finding sight words in books. The children choose a pointer and look for that word as they read. I printed the words on colored cardstock stars and taped them to straws.

Sight Words: When They Just Don’t Stick ~ understanding the development of word learning

Sight Words: When They Just Don't Stick

Great article plus great activities. Sight Words: When They Just Don't Stick ~ understanding the development of word learning by This Reading Mama

Sight word crayon rubbings make practicing sight words very fun. {Sugar Aunts}

Sight Word Crayon Rubbing Activity

Sight Word Crayon Rubbing Activity from Sugar Aunts. Can also do three or four letter words or names. It would be fun for the kids to do rubbings of friends' names.

pencil case to store sand and an unsharpened pencil to practice writing letters, names, and words

Use a pencil case to store sand and an unsharpened pencil to practice writing letters, names, and words. You could use the same setup for writing in the sand with your finger. ***Could use in Word Work with Daily 5

Place the word of the day inside the badge. As the children walk in the classroom have them read your word, when children ask you to tie their shoes or give a push on the swings, have them read the word! You can even make two and have your “special person of the week” wear it too!

Place the word of the day inside the badge. As the children walk in the classroom have them read your word, when children ask you to tie their shoes or give a push on the swings, have them read the word! WOULD BE GREAT FOR SPANISH Word of the Day!

masking tape letters - such a simple and fun project for kids! Try with watercolor?

Micah this will b great for for ur class. blue painters tape letters - such a simple and fun project for kids! **Or, as an art project for a toddler. Tape off their name (or a letter), and then let them fingerpaint. Then remove tape.

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