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Colour by Code Sight Words {Words 42 to 88} British Spelling

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This is the British spelling version of this product. The only differences between this resource and the American spelling version are with the words color/colour and gray/grey. Everything else is the same included the sentences at the bottoms of each of the pages which may be in line with American language. Please read the sentences that are used at the end of this description.

This set of colour by code sight words includes six printable pages all with a pirates theme. Each page uses a different set of high frequency words. There is a sentence at the bottom of each page which the students can practice reading. They can also highlight or underline the sight words that are within the sentence. An answer key is included so students can check their own work. Colour by code is a great review activity, station area, or could also be included with a summer take-home pack. Children that love to color will enjoy colouring by code to reveal the pictures!

The thumbnail shows one of the six pages. More thumbnails will be added later.

Here is a list of the sight words used for each page:

Map and Spyglass: do, which, each, she, use, how, an
Parrot: will, other, many, brown, up, about, their, if, out
Pirate's Hat, Hook and Gold: then, so, would, these, make, her, them, some
Pirate: look, into, like, two, more, time, has, him
Pirate's Flag: way, could, see, number, go, write, no
Pirate Ship: called, first, people, water, who, than, am, been, my

This is the second set in a series of "Colour by Code" sight words with themes. A third set will have additional words and will be sold separately. Once the third set is completed, a bundle deal will be offered with a small discount price compared to the total of the individual sets.

The sentences that are used are:

1. Do you know how to use a spyglass and a map?
2. Their parrot will be the lookout up in the tree.
3. Aargh! Some of these gold coins are fake!
4. I like the book about the pirate from a long time ago.
5. Go see the flag we made for our ship!
6. This is my first voyage across water!
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