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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.

New Item: "I Have...Who Has?" Game {Sight Words} This set includes 4 complete games covering 96 sight words in all. $2.50

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. $

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spin a top with sight words in a deep pan and wherever the top lands, kiddo should read the word

Sight words - This is a fun hands on center to help your students learn the sight word spellings. Students write the words in the rice using chopsticks or their fingers. It's a great sensory activity and is very exciting, too! Sight words for grade K-2 are provided. Center can also be used for identifying letters/numbers, spelling various vowel patterns, math skills, etc. Blank "Veggie" cards are provided for you to adapt the center to your lessons.

Some of my favorite center activities involve students reading to follow directions. Students enjoy coloring...so why not incorporate reading and c...

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Never thought of using pom poms...how much quieter...and love her worksheet to record words...although a journal at the station would be great too and use her worksheet graphic as the front cover.