Sunday, September 28, 2014

Sight Word Practice

I love a good sight word activity!  A large part of my store is dedicated to activities that help little ones learn their sight words.  My favorite centers for sight words are "Play-Doh Sight Words"
and "Stamping Sight Words."  I try to put out one sight word activity in my Reading Centers each week {click HERE to see how I manage/organize those}.  This ensures that my kids are constantly being exposed to and practicing those words!

A few weeks ago, I received a free package from and included in the box were BINGO daubers!  I was super-pumped about this because I'd been working on my "Fry's First 100 Dot-a-Word project and had daubers on my "to buy" list!  I finished up my project and tried out my new daubers.  They are awesome!  They don't provide a giant dot of ink, which is perfect because we all know how little ones can get crazy with the daubers!  The colors are bright and cheery and perfect!

I made my pages with the sight word the kids should find in the center and a count at the bottom {gotta incorporate numbers wherever we can!}.  I used a variety of fonts as to provide exposure.  The pages are coded 1a, 1b, 1c, 1d so you can easily differentiate what word list your kids are working on. These are great for centers, guided reading, early finishers, and RTI.  I am super pumped about putting these in my Reading Centers next week!  Through Monday, you can snag this pack of 100 sight word pages on sale.



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