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  • mIsSBr00Ke

    Zap It...a game I learned in grad school. Put high frequency words or math facts on sticks (these are foam sticks) and write zap it on a few sticks. The kids pull sticks from container and read the words. If someone gets Zap It, all of the sticks go back in the bin. Great word work #daily5 Replace sight words with multiplication facts!

  • Anna Clark

    My kids have literally been begging me for a sight word game! Zap It...a game I learned in grad school. Put high frequency words on sticks (these are foam sticks) and write zap it on a few sticks. The kids pull sticks from a container and read the words. If someone gets Zap It, all of the sticks go back in the bin. Great word work

  • Natalie Marzke

    Zap It game for sight word practice; literacy center

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