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  • Jani N Gus Dunphy

    from Lakeshore learning - Mason always wants to play twister - I think I'll make something like this with my Cricut and play sight words like Twister! It can be a classroom center for a group of 3 children.

  • Wendy Gutierrez

    Can be made for games like "step on the", bean bag toss

  • Leah Boyer

    sight words stepping game

  • Danielle Catabia

    #Lakeshore Dream Classroom

  • Nichole Shabazz

    Children build sight-word recognition one step at a time—with skill-building mats that create an active learning environment! Our set includes 10 nonskid vinyl mats with clear-view pockets on top, plus 100 sight-word cards that slide right into the pockets. Students can step on a sight-word…play a fun beanbag toss…even make simple sight-word sentences! Includes 100 cards and an activity guide; mats are 9".

  • Kt H

    Fun game for all ages... hmmmm I see a vocab lesson coming on!

  • Debbie Bach Faber

    Sight-Word Steps-could use with other subjects as well (math facts perhaps) #lakeshoredreamclassroom

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