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Game for sight words. Canister is filled with cups and each cup has a sight word on it. When a sight word is read correctly, they can start building a tower. If they get a word wrong or knock over the tower or the tower falls, they have to start over.

Crocodile Snap Game- If a letter is read correctly,students get to keep it. If snap is pulled, the cards all go back in the crocodile.

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 #daily5

This is a story tower where children illustrate the title on one card, the setting, author's purpose, beginning, middle, end... whatever! They write sentences or a paragraph on the back. Then they build it...This can be each child doing one card to build a group story tower or each child can make their own.(Pic only/See explanation above)

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Flash Card Organizer

Flash card organization. Brilliant!

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Read It, Build It, Write It Sight Words

Read, Write, Build- Pre-Primer and Primer sight words. Perfect for Guided Reading and Word Work centers.

Sight Word Games: Looking for a fun way to practice sight words? Write a different sight word on each foam square. Then, put them all in a bag. Pair up the students and have them take turns picking a foam square out of the bag. If they can read the sight word that's on the square they get to keep it and add it to their stack. With each word they get their stack grows. If their stack of foam squares topples over they have to put them back in the bag (the stacks usually don't fall over until…

Pirate/sight words: treasure map of "aaargh" sight words...the "ar" cards w/sight words were hidden in varying spots. They had to read them b/f checking them off and when all were found/read, they got treasure (candy "bar" - get it?!?!)

Sight Word Twister! Kids will not want to stop playing. It's an active, hilarious way to learn those sight words