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    Sight word twister....more ways to make reading fun!

    Using the Connect-Four gameboard to practice sight words

    Sight Word Twister! Kids will not want to stop playing. It's an active, hilarious way to learn those sight words

    Sight word sandwiches

    Great Ideas on Using Play-doh in the classroom.... keep learning fun! Primary Possibilities

    Love this for the lower grades!

    Twist on Candy Land

    Sight Word Game for kids

    Alphabet for Sight Word Cards Busy Bag (learning activity) for Toddlers and young children.

    Sight Word Slap It

    word family eggs

    Use paint baggies to practice printing letters, sight words, numbers, etc... so many ways to use this!

    Have you ever used a Vowel Tree in your school room? A Vowel Tree helps children develop the pre-reading skill, word blends. If a Vowel Tree is new to you, here are a few tips. Start by placing one consonant from your moveable alphabet, such as ”r” in front of “a”. Say “ra” to the child. Move down the trunk until you’ve demonstrated all of the word blends: “re”, “ri”, “ro”, “ru”. Let the child take a turn. Start by providing them with a limited amount of consonants. As they gr...

    "The game is simple. You take turns drawing cards out of a container. If you can read the sight word you keep the card. If not, the card goes back in. Whoever collects the most cards wins the game. Beware of the BANG cards though. If you draw one, you have to put back all of the cards you have collected." STI loves this idea! Use unit review questions, instead of sight words, for middle schoolers!

    A new learning center for my flower unit!

    a really fun sight words uno game!

    Five FREE sight word templates to be used on a cookie sheet! Full version contains 43 templates.

    sight word twister -would work great for artic too! could also put post-its on an actual twister board :)

    Tirer sur des balles annotées, avec des pistolet à eau. -- Sight words water shooting

    Fiddle Sticks – Undoubtedly the BEST game ever!! I’m not exaggerating. Fiddle Sticks really is the best activity ever, especially for practicing skills such as sight word recognition and math facts