Learning Sight Words is an important part of reading fluency resulting in better comprehension. Providing opportunity for children to revisit sight words is important for automatic recall. The 50 sight word activities in this list are fun and include something for everyone– the list includes ideas for all types of learners.
Sometimes I like to Curl up in a Ball . Lost and Found . The Very Cranky Bear . I Want My Hat Back . I Love You Through and Through . Charlie Cook's Favorite Book . The Smartest Giant In Town . Stuck . The Gruffalo . Room On The Broom . What The Ladybird Heard . Memoirs of a Goldfish These are our
A fellow teacher of mine left this in the art room today and as I flipped through it I realized how great it was. The story is basically that a mother takes away her child's crayons after she draws all over her wall with them and in this young girls desire to keep on creating she discovers all sorts of 'found' objects to create with instead!