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  • Gretchen Biedermann

    This sounds like fun... Sight word walk... How far can you go without making a mistake?

  • Kristen Wilson

    Sight word practice I taped down all the sight words we have learned in our 1st grade classroom We call it our Sight Word Walk. Could modify for math facts as well.

  • Nancy Dela Rosa

    Take this sight word walk and adapt it for third graders. Vocabulary, multiplication facts, etc. :)

  • Noelle McCurdy

    Sight Word Walk... Could Do With Spelling Words, Too!

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