Where's the bear? Sight word practice

Where's the Bear? I wanted to post a pick of another favorite sight word game of my cuties. It's called Where's the Bear. I labeled Dixie cups with sight words. Then I turn them over onto a tray and hide a bear underneath one cup.

I love this idea for Guided Reading! Students read the word and if they get it right, they get to keep the cube. Whoever has the tallest tower at the end wins!

Guided reading/small group vocabulary game: Students read the word and if they get it right, they get to keep the cube. Whoever has the tallest tower at the end wins!

Sight word walk - how far can you go without a mistake? Would be easy to adapt to other subjects too FUN!!!

(I could use Alphabet and Numbers for Preschool!) Sight word practice I taped down all the sight words we have learned in our grade classroom We call it our Sight Word Walk

Popcorn Words... Easy and fun! Write sight words on piece of paper, crumple up and put into popcorn container. Child picks a piece, reads it & writes it! Check out the blog post for a FREE recording sheet.

Easy and fun! Write sight words on piece of paper, crumple up and put into popcorn container. Child picks a piece, reads it & writes it! Great for kindergarteners writing sight words!

One student reads a word while two other students race to try to smack the bug with the corresponding word. Could do with math problems as well.

sight word game: One student reads a word while two other students race to try to smack the bug with the corresponding word. Could do with math facts as well.

SIGHT WORDS: Fun and Effective Ways to Teach Them!

Sight Words are such an important component to any successful reading program. When kids learn sight words along with phonics skills, they become strong a

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