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Bottle Cap Sight Word Stamps

Sight Word Bottle Cap Stampers

Wondering how to teach sight words? Try this simple, step-by-step process. It works!

How to teach sight words

Wondering how to teach sight words? Try this simple, step-by-step process. It works!

What the Teacher Wants!: Sight Words

Since our state is going to the Common Core State Standards {Reading and Language Arts only this year}, I thought I'd read up!

Learning Sight Words - I Can Teach My Child!  (Looks like someone finally took the Occupational Therapist's advice!)

Learning Sight Words

Great ideas for teaching sight words. Free multi-sensory sight word templates from I can teach my child.

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The other day I shared the flashcard game BANG! as a fun way for your beginning reader to practice sight words ~ those high frequency word.

Sight Words

Literacy Center Word Work: Printables for Fry's List of Sight Words {1-25}

******BEST SELLER*******Literacy Center Word WorkAre you tired of word work that takes your students 5 minutes to complete? In my classroom, I was hearing Im finished! way too soon so I created some word work printables that were a little more rigorous.

Sweet Holiday Sight Word Center ~ Sight word candy canes. (Free idea from Carolyn Kisloski.)

Sweet Holiday Sight Word Center ~ Sight word or word family candy canes. (Free idea from Carolyn Kisloski.

Motivating children to learn sight words - Create an advent style calendar with a word a day on it

A Word A Day - Sight Word Calendar

A Word A Day - Sight Word Calendar - such a good way to encourage kids to learn to read or spell sight words.

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

(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

"The game is simple. You take turns drawing cards out of a container. If you can read the sight word you keep the card. If not, the card goes back in. Whoever collects the most cards wins the game. Beware of the BANG cards though. If you draw one, you have to put back all of the cards you have collected." concept could be used for anything

Take turns drawing cards out of a container. If you can read the sight word, you keep the card. If not, the card goes back in. The person that collects the most cards wins the game. If you draw a "Bang" card, you must put all your words in the container.

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