Students must match sight words. This can be a game in class or a game to take home to practice sight words at home. If the student flips over then and were, they are obviously not a match so they will need to retry.
Last week I attended the First Grade Conference in Nashville (Franklin) Tennessee. More on the amazing teachers I met there later in this post… During my guided reading session, I was asked how I track sight words. I did my best to describe these little l
Greyson has been working really hard at sounding out his words. He has all of his constants down, but still mixes up some of his vowels. I have been using a lot of different methods / games and activities to help him practice sounding out his his Three an
Alphabet Worksheets - Activity Pages from A to Z These FREE alphabet worksheets are hands-on and engaging for young children. Kids practice upper and lowercase letters, letter sounds, and making patterns.