Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas
Teachers Pay Teachersfrom Teachers Pay Teachers

Read It, Build It, Write It - A Dolch Sight Words Center

Read It, Build It, Write It - A Dolch Sight Words Center $

Hidden word- write word with white crayon then color over the word with marker.....great center activity and would be great for k-2

sight word swat - needs three to play. One child reads out a sight word. Two get the swatters and swat the word that's read :-) Sounds like loads of fun- but perhaps best for outside play-learning due to ensured enthusiasm!

Hands On As We Growfrom Hands On As We Grow

Find the Letter & Swat It! Active Way for Learning Letters!

Find the Letter Swat It! Active Way for Learning Letters! Could do this with sight words too!

Free website for kids. Type in their spelling words for the week and it creates games to help them practice the words.

Playdough To Platofrom Playdough To Plato

Sight Word Drag Racing

{Sight Word Drag Racing} "There are few toys my boys love more than their Matchbox cars. I watched them eagerly race two cars at a time down their track, I was struck with an idea. With one simple twist, their playful competition would make a motivating and educational game. Sight Word Drag Racing was born."

Practice writing sight words by spinning to get a word and a color, then writing in that color. I have also seen Rainbow Spelling in which the spelling list is given in big letters and the students' homework is to trace the words over and over in different colors so that it becomes a rainbow.

Word wall center~children read the word, then build the word with the magnet letters.