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We're Going on a Word Hunt (fun hide and seek game!) for kids who are learning how to read

We're Going on a Word Hunt (fun hide and seek game!) for sight words/vocab words. To diferentiate for multiple students use colored post it notes (each child has their own color post it with words they are working on) Recording sheet has pictures

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Check out 'Fun Phonics' to see Bouncy Blending in action and check out their other ideas while you're there!

These DIY spelling boxes are perfect for kids working on sight words at home or in the classroom.

Little Spelling Box

Little spelling boxes,perfect for homework or class work. I can use this for more hands on students.

This activity encourages Kindergarten or first-grade students to use letter-sound correlations to build words using phonics. This would be a great center activity.

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. Children need to say it, build it or write it. Green = easy Amber= medium Red = hard Focus on children choosing challenge.

Great way to assess sight word recognition in group work. Give each student a different colored marker and have them find and circle the matching sight word you are assessing for them.

Small Group activity - cover chart paper with sight words repeated several times each. Give each student a different colored crayon and have them locate a word-read it- then they can circle it. give each kid a different color marker for management too!


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