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Students in K-2 will have a DIFFERENTIATED sight word and spelling program they can practice at home and at school. Each list comes with a QR code linked to a practice video for that list. (Separate videos for reading and spelling.) . Lists have a QR code on them for students to use at home and you can have them use their practice sheet in class where they scan the video they are working on. Students work on the same list and video, until they pass it. No more moving on to the next list without learning the first. (Then, I just cross out each QR as they pass it, and they know to go on to the next practice video.) . No more excuses not to study. They just need an iPad, tablet or phone and their list. Sight word videos are all approximately 5 minutes. Spelling videos are about 12 minutes. For the spelling videos, I have students use a whiteboard, marker, and eraser. No materials are needed for the sight word videos.
As students progress through the lists, see their reading levels and writing soar!
When students have finished all the lists, they will be able to read and spell over 300 words. Best of all, every student will be able to practice words at their pace. These are great for center time, homework, and quiet seat work.
You will receive:
12 sight word lists (25 words each)
12 spelling lists (25 words each)
Links to 12 sight word videos and 12 spelling videos, each with a QR code for easy access.
To keep track of student progress, I use a classroom chart. I write the individual lists across the top 1-12 sight words and 1-12 spelling. When a student returns a list (or when I suspect that s/he is ready to be tested) either myself or a classroom volunteer tests them. Then, if they pass, they take the next list home and I cross off the QR code on their in class QR list and they are on to the next list. I write the date on the classroom chart for quick reference and to keep track lest a student goes too long without passing a list.
This lists were taken from the first 300 fry list words, in the order Jan Richardson suggests in her work. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Thank you for looking and, as always, BLESSINGS!