This product helps students use the sight words they are learning to create sentences that can then be made into a sight word book. Students cut out the words and the pictures and assemble into a sentence on a page. These pages can then be made into an individual book for the students to read. Some examples of book covers could be: printed napkins, a coloring page cover, construction paper cover, whatever you like! If you use a printed napkin as a book cover, I have found that a page cut to 6X6 ½ works well. The sight words used coincide with the McGraw-Hill reading series. This activity is great for literacy centers!