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sight words Bean Bag - LOVE this cute idea! There is potential for lots of fun here!

Sight Word Beans: sight words written on beans inside a pencil bag. Shake and read the words that pop up. Put multiplication fact on the beans

Tired of flashcards? Here are some creative (and effective) ways to teach sight words (or dolch, high-frequency, fry, etc.). Love the hands on sensory activities!

Sight Word Pin 3 Tired of flashcards? Here are some creative (and effective) ways to teach sight words (or dolch, high-frequency, fry, etc. Love the hands on sensory activities!

Build a Caterpillar with the sight words that your child is learning.  A great way to motivate your child to read.

Unique and Fun Sight Word Learning: Building a Word-a-Pillar

"Build a Word-a-Pillar" with the sight words your child is learning. A great way to motivate your child to read and track progress! Change to letter-a-pillar for K

word clips- great for matching letters AND for strengthening those little hand muscles !

word clips - we can also use numbers to learn their telephone number.like the idea of telephone number

This activity helps kids learn sight words while also developing fine motor skills. To increase the level of complexity, challenge kids to build sentences out of these words!

This activity helps kids learn sight words while also developing fine motor skills. To increase the level of complexity, challenge kids to build sentences out of these words! (Idea from Kinder Journey.) What wonderful way to work on sight words!

Write sight words on bubble wrap. When they say the word correctly, they get to pop the bubble. Also is a good occupational therapy (finger strengthening). Could use as motivation: they write the letter and get to pop the corresponding bubble!

Bubble Wrap Sight Words

From Teacher Tipster. found a use for bubblewrap! write sight words on the flat part of the bubblewrap and when student reads the word correctly, they get to pop the bubble! You could do letter recognition, number recognition, math facts, etc.

Sightword Sand Writing from Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Down by the Sea Centers + FREEBIE

Spelling Center Activities: Sight word shells are a fun way for students to practice writing sight words, as well as forming letters properly. Students are to write the sight word printed on each shell in the sand using their finger.

Perfect for a kindergarten center or small group instruction activity.  Use on a cookie sheet!  Free sample templates

The Cookie Sheet Challenge

Must do this for our class--The Cookie Sheet Challenge! Using an old cookie sheet and some dollar store magnetic letters. Site has printable templates for you to use.

Twister is my favorite game...and someone just turned it into a teaching technique...BOOYAH!

more ways to make reading fun! I put letters on my Twister game board to practice letter recognition. Love the idea of sight words!

1st grade Camping Unit-acrostics, sight words, poetry,camping books, animals, fishing etc. Way to go NANCY!

Put word stars on the ceiling and play "I Spy" with flashlights. Challenge the children to find the star that matches your clue. I think this would make a great idea for site words - have them find the site word that matches the one they draw out of a jar

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