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Do you use 1st Grade Wonders (2017 or 2020)? This product will help your students learn the sight words for the whole year. This can be used in small groups or literacy centers. I've made it so it can be organized in the 4x6 photo cases.The Start Smart weeks have their own games since there are 1
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My students really love playing this game! It is a fast-paced review and practice game meant for small groups. It is highly engaging and quick. This version features six Got It! games over the first grade sight words for each of the six units in the Reading Wonders program. Rules ask students to re
What's included:⭐Game boards for Wonders units 1-10⭐SpinnersDirections: Spin the spinner or roll a die. Move the designated number of spaces. Say and color the word. Play until you reach the end.I hope you enjoy this resource! Don't forget to leave feedback to earn free TPT Credits!Copyright ©️ 2019
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This is a game to practice the "Wonders" sight words by unit. There is a board for each of the 6 units.
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These are game boards to go along with each unit of "Wonders" to practice the sight words.
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This is a "I have, Who has?" game that is separated by unit in "Wonders." This is one of my student's favorites.
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For this game, you will want to get some fly swatters. The words are from "Wonders." Someone calls out a word and the child with the fly swatter needs to swat the correct word.
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This is a game to practice sight words in a fun way. For each week in "Wonders," there is a board for you to see where the words go. Just project slide 1 on your board and "freeze" it (or you could turn it into a reusable poster) and have the kids guess a letter/number. Then, you tell them if they m
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The sight words from "Wonders" are each on a popcorn piece. The students read the word and the "pop" [jump in place]. I printed mine on yellow paper.
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Each page is for a week of sight words from Wonders. The students need to write the word in the right box spelling spot. There are answer keys included after each page. These could be printed as a worksheet or put in sheet protectors for reuse.
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This game uses the sight words from "Wonders." Print the lily pads out on green paper and then you can have your students say the word before hopping on the corresponding lily pad. It's a great way to practice sight words in a fun way.
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These cars have the sight words from "Wonders" on them. You can use them to have your kids "park" them or race down a race track. I printed each unit on a different color so I can tell them apart.
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These words are from the "Wonders" program. They are on monsters that students can "smash" or tap after they say the word on the card.
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This set includes the Wonders Kindergarten Words. Print on cardstock and laminate for durability. Cut apart and store in a fun/thematic container. Students will take a card and read it. If they can read it they can keep the card. If a student gets a CRUNCH card they lose all of their cards. T
This set includes the Wonders Kindergarten Words. Print on cardstock and laminate for durability. Cut apart and store in a fun/thematic container. Students will take a card and read it. If they can read it they can keep the card. If a student gets a CRUNCH card they lose all of their cards. T
These are the sight words from the McGraw Hill Reading Wonders series for Kindergarten and 1st Grade. I did both so teachers can review the kindergarten words with their first graders or challenge their kinder kids with first grade words! Print these on colored card stock and laminate and you've g
This set includes the Wonders Kindergarten Words. Print on cardstock and laminate for durability. Cut apart and store in a fun/thematic container. Students will take a card and read it. If they can read it they can keep the card. If a student gets a Brrr!! card they lose all of their cards. The
Great activity for Literacy center, partner/team work or whole class review. Children roll dice and have to write the corresponding sight word each time the number comes up. Reinforces number recognition on dice (Common Core Skill!) and sight word recognition. Math and ELA in one!!! 14 pages of c
Put these pages in a literacy center to reinforce high-frequency words. Can also be used with partners or teams, or even done for homework! Children color the word blocks to match the color code at the top of the page. Or play Bingo style with colored markers or ink dotters. 16 pages each with di
This set includes the Wonders Kindergarten Words. Print on cardstock and laminate for durability. Cut apart and store in a fun/thematic container. Students will take a card and read it. If they can read it they can keep the card. If a student gets a CRUNCH card they lose all of their cards. T
Movement, intrigue, suspense, and technology-based = sight word practice made for today’s students. Keep your students engaged and motivated while they practice reading high-frequency words in this game of Speed. It can be played in a multitude of ways, making it competitive or just for fun. Simply
Print on cardstock and laminate for durability, cut apart. Pass out cards, the student with the “start” card will start the game. This is a fun way to review sight words! My class loves to “play” I Have, Who Has!
There's a Worm in my Apple! This is a sight word game using the first 40 words of the McGraw-Hill Reading Wonders kindergarten series. It includes 35 additional words, color words, and the number words zero – ten. There are also some blank cards included to add your own words. The words in the game
Looking for a fun way to practice or review high frequency words from the McGraw-Hill Wonders reading series? Here it is- an I Have, Who Has Game for each unit, including Smart Start.Simply print (cardstock recommended), cut apart, and you're ready to play! My students LOVE to play this game! And wh

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