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Matching a sentence to a picture. [could create sentences based on something he's reading (comprehension building), or using specific sight words. use post-it notes & put them right on the pages of a picture book.

sight word ideas

sight word ideas Maybe make it half as large and then have them write how many times they found each word. They could also choose two words and use them in a sentence. Use spelling list each word a different colour

Sight Word Construction Mats! Free sample!

K- Sight Word Construction Mats! Fun sight word and sentence structure practice. This is a favorite center in my classroom.

FREE! Dot the letter -- a page for each letter of the alphabet

Full Alphabet Letter Identification Printables - Use do-a-dot markers to practice identifying letters in a quick, easy, and fun way!

Morning work - find letter A's along a path -- great w/do a dot markers!

Morning work - beginning of year - find letter A's along a path -- great w/do a dot markers! Definitely doing this when I start teaching!

Make learning sight words fun and engaging with this set of worksheets. Students will use highlighters to identify common sight words.

Sight Words: Highlight it

Make learning sight words fun and engaging with this set of worksheets. Use highlighters to identify common sight words. Worksheets from Clearly Primary by Jill Bell on Teachers Pay Teachers.

Sight words sentences

Doodle Bugs Teaching {first grade rocks!}: Back to School Pocket Chart Activities.I like how these sentences have all words in the same color; great way for students to work on colors as well as put together sentences until they made sense.

This is one of my favorite name activities for preschoolers - ideal for busy kids! Snapping the blocks together strengthens fine motor skills, and building names strengthens literacy skills!

Building a Name: Name activities for preschoolers

This is one of my favorite name activities for preschoolers - ideal for busy kids! Snapping the blocks together strengthens fine motor skills, and building names strengthens literacy skills! Can do with sight words

This weeks phonics challenge with a focus on tricky words. Children need to say it, build it or write it. Green = easy Amber= medium Red = hard Focus on children choosing challenge. EYchloe

This weeks phonics challenge with a focus on tricky words. Green = easy Amber= medium Red = hard Focus on children choosing challenge.

Make a Sentence

The Growing Room Ideas for teaching children writing creative story vocabulary spelling sentence paragraph words fun games

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