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Fun printable sight word game for kids. Rats!!

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cool website - similar to Starfall. Lots of learning games. Sight Words Learning Game | Dolch Sight Word Kids Game | Dolch Sight Word List | Kids Vocabulary Game

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Squishing sight words - what a fun way to learn. I have a perfect student to try this on. I know what I'm doing Wednesday!

These blog posts include student examples of work done during small group guided reading/writing instruction. {Blog: Creating Readers and Writers}

Google "Keyboard Template" and print on colored paper, laminate and you've got Word Work for a day! Good to practice spelling words.

sight word sticks 10 different popsicle activities

i need to make one of these for the word work center to practice spelling words

Miss Kindergarten-Sight Word Practice

Freebielicious: Sight Word FREEBIE from Mrs Wills Kindergarten

positional words, scarecrow & crow

An absolute favorite for Kinders. My students beg to have it played at the end of the day while they are waiting for dismissal. It is very calming.

Free Sight Word practice pages

10 Fun Ways to Practice Sight Words with your kids at home. Turn learning time into fun time! How do you practice sight words with your "learning to read" aged kids?

Sight Word Practice

Sight Word Practice

these are sight word pointers and are great for finding sight words in books. The children choose a pointer and look for that word as they read. I printed the words on colored cardstock stars and taped them to straws. They've lasted a couple of years!

Voice cards for reading aloud!

Daily 5 Word Work FREEBIES

This is soooo cool...If you hang them in the window they cant see the word they poked...Maybe not everyone could handle the push pins, but I really like the idea!