Sight word fun

Make learning sight words fun and exciting for your kids with these engaging and interactive activities. Help them build a strong foundation in reading and language skills.
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I used to hate teaching sight words with worksheets and flashcards. Students would be frustrated about having to memorize words that didn't follow phonetic "sounding out" rules. It got to the point where even I was saying "I know. Sight words are boring." So I had to do something about it. Instead of boring old

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M Manery
Sight Words, Sight Word Games, Sight Word Reading, Sight Word Practice, Teaching Sight Words, Sight Words Kindergarten, Sight Word Fun, Sight Word Activities, Sight Word

Here is my 3 step approach to teaching sight words! Practice sight words EVERY DAY! That’s right, practice sight words every, single day. Repetition is one of the keys when tackling all of the words children are expected to know every day. Practicing words they are learning will keep them fresh in their mind […]

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Amanpreet
Sight words are a foundational part of your kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade students learning how to read! Your students need repetition to learn sight words, so I'm sharing my most creative and fun activities for working on this skill in the classroom! These ideas include movement, games, and more!

Sight words are a foundational part of your kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade students learning how to read! Your students need repetition to learn sight words, so I'm sharing my most creative and fun activities for working on this skill in the classroom! These ideas include movement, games, and more!

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Brittany Conner
Sight Words, Sight Word Games, Pre K, Sight Word Fun, Sight Word Practice, Sight Words Kindergarten, Sight Word Activities, Teaching Sight Words, Literacy Activities

Today I'm sharing a fun and easy sight word activity and {FREE} printable. This game is perfect for a quick review of sight words. Teachers can use this activity in centers/stations or in small groups. Parents can also use this activity at home to practice the weekly sight words with their child. I found these dry erase foam blocks at the Dollar Tree! I've seen them at teacher supply stores over the years, but I'm always shocked at the price. I couldn't believe it when I found these at the…

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Stephanie Owen