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  • Bridget D

    Mrs. Morrow's Kindergarten: Popcorn Word Activities

  • Aurora

    This blog has awesome word work stations!!! Sight words with cookies.

  • Andrea Sockwell

    Sight word cookie crunch game (like the popcorn words game)

  • Emily Vonderau

    This blog has awesome sight word activities

  • Chelsea Baus Marenes

    pancake flip words...i used this concept for sight words during december. instead of pancakes i made gingerbread cookies. my self contained class LOVED using the spatula to pick up and flip the cookies and say the word they chose! give this lesson an A+

  • Kristin Sarafian

    Great literacy activities geared toward Kindergarten.

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Sight words activities! I am obsessed with everything about this post!

  • Robin Ringer

    How can I get an invitation to read your blog? It looks very interesting. Thank you

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

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What a good idea! You spin a word using a top and record your roll on the graph. Continue playing until one word reaches the top of the graph.

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