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Find a Word Sight Words11 find-a-words for 11 sets of sight words. Once children have covered the words in the list, let them complete these find-a-words. Colouring picture included on the top for fun. The answer sheets have been provided.Print out the black and white images to use for each child. L
When teaching about Christopher Columbus, you can use this activity to help teach the sight words: I, a, my, the, go, to, like, he, come, here, this, me, for, where, do Have your students use your science magnifying glasses to find the 14 sight words. Choose the recording sheet most appropriate
Grades:
PreK - 1st
Google Classroom Sight Word Center. Identifying and reading sight words is a fundamental skill in emergent readers, forming the basis for reading fluency. These 38 sight word Google Classroom slides provide practice for your students with this critical reading skill. Use technology to teach and sup
Kindergarten Sight Words Find-a-Word I use this word page with my kindergarteners as a quick word practice game. I say a word and write it on the white board. Students then race to find the word as many times as they can. Preparation: I use page protectors and give my students dry erase markers
This is the perfect sight word task! It can be used as a journal, a worksheet, a file folder, and/or an assessment! Plus if you give students dot markers or stickers it can be turned into a game. There are 10 individual sheets. The words included are: a, I, no, go, is, it, in, to, we, the. Each
Digital review game for the FIRST 100 Fry words.8 full slides of sight words!Kids are able to take turns reading words to try to find the gnome. Sometimes he is tricky and hard to find! Great for virtual and in person learning.All words are completely editable if you want to group them differently.C
This sight word activity can be used to help teach the sight words: I, a, my, the, go, to, like, he, come, here, this, me, for, where, do, you, look, one, see, what Have your students use your science magnifying glasses to find the 20 sight words. Choose the recording sheet most appropriate for
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PreK - 1st
Digital review game for the SECOND 100 Fry words.8 full slides of sight words!Kids are able to take turns reading words to try to find the gnome. Sometimes he is tricky and hard to find! Great for virtual and in person learning.All words are completely editable if you want to group them differently.
Hippity hoppity, Easter's on its way!Digital review game for the FIRST 100 Fry words.8 full slides of sight words!Kids are able to take turns reading words to try to find the bunny. Sometimes he is tricky and hard to find! Great for virtual and in person learning.All words are completely editable if
Digital review game for the FIRST 100 Fry words.8 full slides of sight words!Kids are able to take turns reading words to try to find the leprechaun. Sometimes he is tricky and hard to find! Great for virtual and in person learning. All words are completely editable if you want to group them differ
Digital review game for the SECOND 100 Fry words.8 full slides of sight words!Kids are able to take turns reading words to try to find the leprechaun. Sometimes he is tricky and hard to find! Great for virtual and in person learning.All words are completely editable if you want to group them differe
Hippity hoppity, Easter's on its way!Digital review game for the SECOND 100 Fry words.8 full slides of sight words!Kids are able to take turns reading words to try to find the bunny. Sometimes he is tricky and hard to find! Great for virtual and in person learning.All words are completely editable i
Each Thanksgiving food has a sight word to practice writing. Hide a student's picture or hide the picture of the turkey (currently hidden behind the word 'and') Have students guess where the student is by writing a sight word on their paper. They have to keep writing to keep guessing and find the
Grades:
PreK - 1st
This is the perfect sight word task! It can be used as a journal, a worksheet, a file folder, and/or an assessment! Plus if you give students dot markers or stickers it can be turned into a game. There are 10 individual sheets. The words included are: see, can, you, and, at, am, my, do, me, up.
This emergent reader was designed with the Pre-K, Transitional Kindergarten, and Kindergarten Student in mind. This reader will assist you as your students build book handling skills, knowledge, and vocabulary. This very basic reader will go along very well with the traditional storybook and seasona
What a FUN new way to practice our sight words! Pick up a magnifying glass and SEARCH for them. IF you are LuCkY, you will find the word on a four-leaf clover. A record sheet is provided for the students, along with 10 clovers! Enjoy! Kindergarten Rocks! Amber and LuAnn If you purchase our fun activ
This is the perfect sight word task! It can be used as a journal, a worksheet, a file folder, and/or an assessment! Plus if you give students dot markers or stickers it can be turned into a game. There are 10 individual sheets. The words included are; an, he, like, come, so, had, but, be, she, l
This activity was designed to be an Independent Practice worksheet for students to use to gain more exposure to their new weekly vocabulary/sight words. The activity is aligned to the Harcourt Trophies reading series. This story is found in Theme 4 of the reading series. The students find and colo
This is the perfect sight word task! It can be used as a journal, a worksheet, a file folder, and/or an assessment! Plus if you give students dot markers or stickers it can be turned into a game. There are 10 individual sheets. The words included are: have, are, get, said, went, was, that, of, o
Students will love finding their sight words with these cute, gingerbread-themed pages. These pages work great for morning work, centers, as individual work, or in group work as well. They can be laminated or set up in a binder with page protectors for repeated use, or print and copy for each studen
Practice sight words while having a little holiday fun. Put the sight word cards in a pocket chart. Hide the gift behind one of the sight words. Students take turns reading the sight words trying to guess which word the gift is hidden behind. Play is over when the gift is found. You might also like:
Find a Sightword is based upon Dolchs Word List. Each sheet is based upon one word. Students need to find the letters that make up the word. Each word is repeated between 5 - 10 times. Set 2 includes : am, big, go, here, in, little, look, me, on, red, see, to, up. Look out for Sets 1 (freebie),
Find A Sightword is based upon Dolchs Wordlist. Each sheet is assigned to an individual word. Students find the letters that make up the word. Each word is repeated 5 - 10 times. Set 3 includes : and, come, find, for, help, jump, make, one, run, two, me, you Look out for Sets 1 (freebie), 2 and
All the sight word worksheets you could ever need! This product is a bundle of my 4 best selling worksheets, including 3 worksheet sets that are editable! Each of these 4 products has 220 pre-made sight word worksheets. This means you are getting 880 worksheets in this download! Three of these works

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