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TEACHERS OF THE DEAF
Searching for ways for your DEAF and Hard of Hearing students to learn and practice sight words with FULL ACCESS?
KINDERGARTEN AND FIRST GRADE TEACHERS
Would you like to incorporate more sign language to help your students learn and remember sight words?
SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS
Do you have student who use sign language to communicate? Do your students need more visual reinforcement to help with sight words?
**************Includes 45 words from the PREPRIMER DOLCH word list**************
all, at, black, ate, brown, good, for, eat, what, want, have, who, white, with, but, came, get, different, like, he, must, new, no, now, our, on, out, please, pretty, ran, ride, saw, say, she, soon, that, there, this, too, they, under, well, went, will, yes
LEVEL ONE PRIMER PRACTICE PAGES
These LEVEL ONE practice pages are perfect for early learner with beginning fine motor skills. Students can either HIGHLIGHT or CIRCLE the words, depending on their skill level. The TRACING portion is large with wide font to make it and easier for students with less fine motor s control. The CUT and PASTE portion provides additional help with fine motor skill as well as spelling practice. ASL practice is provided in both in the FINGERSPELLING and SIGN picture.
These PRIMER Sight Word Practice Pages s are perfect for guided and independent practice.
GUIDED PRACTICE / WORD FOCUS
Display the page you are using on your Interactive/smart or projection screen. Model the steps to fill out the page. Invite students to come up and take turns completing the various parts of the page.
Students complete the pages independently with multiple ways to practice the words while keep the sign in sight.
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