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  • Patty George

    Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten: Trash or Treasure...write sight words on paper, crumple, students uncrumple, and read word. Sight words are treasure, nonsense words are trash. To differentiate, words could be from the Word Wall, and they would look to see.

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    Sight Word Game "Trash or Treasure": write sight words on paper, crumple, kids uncrumple, and read word. Sight words are treasure, nonsense words are trash. Then record on chart.

  • Jennifer Michelle

    "Have students get a trash ball, un-wad it, and read it to decide if it's a real word or a made up word. Variation: Write sight words on the crumpled sheets of paper. Spell some of them correctly and some of them incorrectly. Students get a trash ball, un-wad it and decide if the sight word is spelled correctly or incorrectly. .."...yes! Kindergarten plus wadded paper equals success...

  • Jamie Taylor-Weber

    Word Work Station idea. trash or treasure...write sight words on paper, crumple, kids uncrumple, and read word. sight words are treasure, nonsense words are trash. record

  • Jess Magowitz

    Trash or treasure? Write sight words on paper, crumple, kids un-crumple, and read word. sight words are treasure, nonsense words are trash. Awesome literacy center! (I have buckets if my friends need one! -Renee)

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