Sight word wall
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Free Printable Sight Word Cards - Sight words are a term used to describe a group of common or high frequency words that a
Lori k Grusing saved to Education
Rainbow word wall with color-coordinated alphabet & sight words. Get the EDITABLE version HERE: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/EDITABLE-Rainbow-Word-Wall-3337987 Sight words include: a all and are away be big blue come can do down find for funny go good how help he have here I is in it jump like look little me my make now no not out off one play red run see said she the to take three this two up we with will what where you yellow
Tiara Williams saved to Future classroom
Colorize your classroom this year with a simple word wall! Use printable labels and Astrobrights papers to create bright word wall cards and coordinating sight word flashcards.
Kelly Kuehl-Schmidt saved to Road Trips
Word walls are an important tool that students use to work independently during writing time. Help your students get more out of writing workshop by using a personal word wall folder. No matter if your students are writing independently or conferring with the teacher, they will always have the tools that they need to work independently.
Andrea Byrd saved to Teaching
These prompts naturally differentiate your writing center. Each page has key vocabulary to support kinder, 1st and 2nd grade writers. These are a perfect addition to your work on writing center!
Joaquin Knight saved to Writing resources
SIGHT WORDS I love to teach students sight words. It has helped my own daughter tremendously with her fluency and confidence. I believe in using a multi-step approach incorporating flas…
Melinda Hoffman saved to Literacy lessons
These kindergarten anchor charts will give you the tools you need to teach math, reading, friendship skills, and much more!
Shasha Williams saved to Charts
I tore down my word wall and put up something new- a sound wall! Read about the benefits of a sound wall and check out my Phoneme Sound Wall Resource to create a sound wall in your classroom.
Rebecca Dunn saved to First grade
I'm going to share with you some fun and engaging ways to teach sight words. I mentioned in this post, that I LOVE teaching sight words!! There are numerous reasons, but one of them is the essential fact that learning sight words is just a hop, skip and a jump away from reading fluently! Edward William Dolch, in 1948, created a list of words that he believed to be essential for all students to learn first! Many teachers have found this to be true. Unfortunately, not all words can be sounded…
Anne Miller saved to Sight Words