interactive sight word books are a fun and engaging way for students to practice their sight words. On the cover, they say the name of each letter and trace it with their finger. On page 2, they trace each letter with a crayon. They can practice more than once by using a different color crayon, thus creating a rainbow word. They build the sight word on page 3 using the letters provided or with letter tiles or magnetic letters. On the final page, they actually write the word independently with a pencil. No cutting or stapling required. Simply fold along the horizontal line, then vertically and Presto!
Why not try one out? This one is free and focuses on the sight word-had. There is a black/white and color version included.
Enjoy and happy reading-