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Sight word practice. Tape down all the sight words learned in classroom and call it a Sight Word Walk!

Sight word walk - how far can you go without a mistake? Or call out the sight word they must line up on. Can work for math facts, spelling, vocab, etc

Sight word spelling

Sight Word building with letter beads. Write the words on jumbo craft sticks, then provide kids with a letter bead box and pipe cleaners. Easy peasy and good for fine motor skills.

First Grade- "Slap The Word". Two children at a time... teacher says a word and then the children have to slap the correct word quickly. You can do this with ANY word list.

First Grade- "Slap The Word". Two children at a time. teacher says a word and then the children have to slap the correct word quickly. Can adapt to letter/number recognition

Phonics

Easy Phonics game to help children understand initial sounds and end blends. These would be great to use with my students.

Fun and engaging way to learn and practice sight words! ($)

Sight Word Interactive Notebook Bundle: Pre-Primer

Roll and Read a sight word!  Such a FUN and effective way to practice sight word fluency!

Spring Math and Literacy Packet (Kindergarten)

Roll and Read a sight word! Such a FUN and effective way to practice sight word fluency! Dice game for younger readers.

Students shake the bottle to reveal sight words and then record the words on paper during reading stations.

LOVE this idea. 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.

This sight word target practice activity combines learning sight words with gross motor fun! Just grab some common materials for a fun learning game!

Sight Word Target Practice

This sight word target practice activity combines learning sight words with gross motor fun! Just grab some common materials for a fun learning game!

Students practice spelling each others names...could do with sight words too! the-rookie-teacher

Students can use magnetic letters to practice spelling sight words or spelling words. they can also use the letter to practice spelling their classmates' names. The possibilities are endless.

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