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The words in this Take Home Sight Word Book come from Fry's Instant Word List.Inside you will find: Pages 3-4 Covers for student book (pick...

I should do this for teaching the sight words... it'll help to make it more fun and practice letters.

Never thought of using pom poms...how much quieter...and love her worksheet to record words...although a journal at the station would be great too and use her worksheet graphic as the front cover.

Sight Word Cheer Can made out of Crystal Light container

Kindergarten Sight Words - print & laminate. An activity to do would be to get clothespins write one letter on each clothespin (some letters you will need more than 1 of - such as 2 e's for "here" or "please"), and then match the clothespins to the letters of each sight word, and then say the sight word

color by sight word - Why is EVERYTHING always about candy and sweets? You could do with with a bird, a jungle scene, a farm, a room in a house, so many other things... but no, everything always has to be about the sugar!

coordinate word work- I could see kids really loving this! Have them (1) roll, (2) locate, (3) write, & (4) highlight.

Mrs. Plant's Press: sight words FREE!!! 20 pages of activities!

This is an awesome idea for the site words, I love to sing with my little ones. Can't wait to try

This worksheet is full of sight words. At the top are the sight words for the week/day/month etc. Students have to find those sight words on the page and circle or highlight those words. By using this activity it keeps them familiar with all sight words while looks specifically for the words of the week.

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Scott Foresman Unit 5 stick game