Best Sight Word Kit B + BINGO Game
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- Effective, enjoyable, and easy to use— this bundle will make your students better readers very quickly.The set is so much better than all those Dolch words because it does not overload beginning or struggling readers with too much memorization. Minimalism Is the key for troubled readers.Research-basPrice $5.38Original Price $5.98Save $0.60
- Effective and easy to use, with no prep, this bundle is perfect for tutoring.The design for effective lessons from a reading specialist of 30 years will help you improve the performance of beginning or struggling readers at level 2.Research indicates that more than 40% of poor reading in primary graPrice $10.99Original Price $18.50Save $7.51
Effective, enjoyable and easy to use, this kit is so much better than Dolch Sight Words because these words are the only words kids have to memorize.
Do not overload or confuse beginning or struggling readers by making them learn more words by rote than necessary. Minimalism is important for these students.
Unlock the reader in all of them, and prepare to be pleasantly surprised by their improvement. Really!
Research-based, the 100 words in Sight Word Kits A and B of Learn to Read Bingo are the only important, high frequency, irregular, sight words they need to learn by rote. The research is based on beginning reading texts in English.
Decoding in English is 95% regular, but common exceptions to predicability (like "they" and "said") confuse many students.
When these sight words are paired with the basic phonics instruction most students receive in the primary grades, fluency and comprehension improve dramatically.
Each kit (50 sight words) includes 10 Lesson Sheets with instruction for 5 words/lesson, using ALL MODALITIES--visual, auditory, and kinesthetic.
FLASH CARDS are included, as well as ideas for enjoyable games to play for extra practice. Copies may be made for at-home play.
The kit also has 24 classroom tested BINGO cards, with a 25-item format, and instructions for easy use in large classrooms of beginning or troubled readers.
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Thank you for considering these effective and enjoyable practice resources.
Learning to read can be fun, even for struggling students.