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  • Meghan Preckl

    Great sight word activities! Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: 10 Ways to Learn Sight Words Through Play!

  • Lacresha Pirnie

    Love this! 10 Fun Ways to Learn Sight Words Through Play http://media-cache8.pinterest.com/upload/257620041154481275_pbFERFBD_f.jpg jalauder language arts

  • Tracy Krafl

    10 Fun Ways to Practice Sight Words with kids - learning through play~definitely need to learn more fun ways to get Evelyn to learn sight words :)

  • Lindsey Williams

    10 Fun Ways Sight Word Games

  • Amy Townley

    10 fun ways to practice sight words. Great for Word Work

  • Jessica H

    10 Fun Ways to Practice Sight Words with kids. Learning through play.

  • Treena Johnson

    10 fun sight word practice activities.

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Using the Connect-Four gameboard to practice sight words (could use this idea for artic too) Fun idea!

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Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: 10 Ways to Learn Sight Words Through Play! -good for teaching K words. I remember working with this boy and sight words for 1st grade. Not fun, lol!

My school follows Jan Richardson’s guided reading model and we introduce one Dolch word per day. These 35 books each focus on ONE word. It was hard to easily find books that focused on just one word at a time, so we have been using these. The kids love them, can easily read them, and get the chance to see the sight word of the day in context. $

4 FREE printable sight word games - 21 pages - 4 Free Printable Sight Word Games - 21 pages - The printable games are perfect to use as Kindergarten and First Grade literacy stations or centers. As a bonus, all of the activities include easy to follow instructions that are great to use with classroom helpers.

Sight Word Sleuth; also use with just letters or with spelling words for older kids

Learning on the go- for the car trip- write letters, shapes, or words on a paper plate edge and cut between each one. As they find the letters etc on signs or around town they get to fold it down.