Each of the 40 worksheets in this resource is designed with a consistent format. Students “read, cut, glue, and write” 5 or 6 sight words on each page. Multiple modalities are used: auditory, as students read the sight words aloud or “whisper read” to themselves; visual, as they look for and read the words; and kinesthetic and fine motor skills, as they cut, glue, and print each word on handwriting lines. Minimal materials are needed. Students will need a copy of the worksheet, scissors, glue, and a pencil.
The words are organized from their greatest to least frequent occurrence in children’s literature, according to research by Dr. Edward Dolch. I have divided the larger list of 220 high frequency words into nine smaller lists consisting of 24 or 25 words and numbered those lists from 1 to 9 for consistency in all of my Dolch products. I further divided the nine lists into even smaller lists of 5 or 6 words for this resource.
This resource will make a great addition to your word work center or for use as seatwork for independent practice or response to intervention (RTI). Download the printable preview for a closer look and sample worksheet.
With purchase of this product, you will receive a one-page word list organizational chart with page numbers, numbered worksheet pages, a full-color, four-step worksheet directions strip (small format) for your word work center, a set of large format four-step direction cards for display on a magnetic surface, and 40 ready-to-print “read, cut, glue, and write” worksheets.
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