-Have your students ever asked you why there is a silent e at the end of give? Or, why the word of is pronounced the way it is?
-Do your students have trouble remembering how to spell sight words/high frequency words?
If you answered yes to either of these questions, this set of sight word practice pages is for you! Many of our students need to make connections and associations with words in order to remember their spelling. These pages teach the "why" behind the irregular spellings and pronunciations of some of the most common English words. There are also multisensory activities and games to help the students master the spellings of each word.
This set of words is the Dolch List for First Grade. It includes:
A list of eight multisensory games and individual note cards with each word are included for even more practice! Your students will have all they need to learn and master these sight words.
The whole set is easy to print and ready to use TODAY!
If you enjoyed these and want more practice with multisensory sight words, check out my Multisensory 2nd Grade Dolch Sight Words: the Why of Irregular Spellings.
For games and other multisensory activities to compliment these sight words, check out my Sight Words Games and Activities: SPLAT and TRI MATCH.