This 42-page research-based bundle brings Fry's First 100 sight words directly to you! Begin working on automaticity as soon as possible with any age of reader or nonreader. This is also great for any learner working to develop ESL vocabulary automaticity and fluency.
Simply print out the pages of the sight word book (front and back), staple together, and begin working through each 10-word unit. Break the units apart into 1 unit per week, and spend the week developing automaticity and fluency with any age or ability learner, differentiated to all levels!
Print out the flashcards and work to develop immediacy with these first 100 words. Work through the 10 flash cards five times a day to develop the fluency necessary to word call on sight.
Then, continue the practice by printing out the work pages and develop letter calling, tracing, and written fluency of each word. Laminate or put in sheet protectors if possible, and use EXPO markers to practice as many times as possible, saving resources and paper!
These pages are great ways to get students identifying words early, adding to their written, spoken, and literary repertoire of vocabulary.