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Fry Sight Word Fishing Game

Fry Sight Word Fishing Game
Fry Sight Word Fishing Game
Fry Sight Word Fishing Game
Fry Sight Word Fishing Game
Fry Sight Word Fishing Game
Fry Sight Word Fishing Game
Fry Sight Word Fishing Game
Fry Sight Word Fishing Game
Product Description
Little ones have fun practicing sight word recognition while playing this sight word fishing game. This file contains Dr. Fry's first 100 sight words each printed on a differently colored fish.
There are 8 fish per page. Each fish measures about 3 ½" by 2 ¼".

The following words are in this packet (listed in order of frequency):


the
of
and
a
to
in
is
you
that
it

he
was
for
on
are
as
with
his
they
I

at
be
this
have
from
or
one
had
by
words

but
not
what
all
were
we
when
your
can
said

there
use
an
each
which
she
do
how
their
if

will
up
other
about
out
many
then
them
these
so

some
her
would
make
like
him
into
time
has
look

two
more
write
go
see
number
no
way
could
people

my
than
first
water
been
called
who
am
its
now

find
long
down
day
did
get
come
made
may
part

Materials:
• 100 laminated sight word fish
• string (12 to 24 inches long)
• stick or wooden dowel (12 to 24 inches long)
• small paper clips
For a magnetic fishing pole:
• "O"-shaped magnet (or other shape that can be tied on a piece of string)
• hot glue (optional)

Instructions:
• Print pages 3 through 15 (fish with sight words on them) on index or card stock. Then, take the pages out of the printer, turn them over, put them back in the printer's in-tray, and print pages 16 through 28 (blank colored fish) on the other side.
• After printing, cut fish apart and laminate for durability.
• For a magnetic fishing pole, tie (or glue) a magnet on one end of the string and tie a stick to the other end of the string. Then, clip a small paper clip to the nose of each fish.
• For a non-magnetic fishing pole, bend a paper clip into the shape of a hook. Tie one end of the string to the paper clip hook and the other end to a stick. Then, punch a small hole by the mouth of each fish or clip a paper clip to to nose of each fish leaving a space at the front to be able to hook the fish on the paper clip hook.
• The length of the fishing pole and the string depends on the age of your children and how you are going to have them play the game. For younger children or if the fish are going to be placed on the top of a desk or table, keep the pole and the string shorter (about 12" long or even use a pencil for the fishing pole). For older children or if the fish are going to be placed on the floor, make the pole and the string longer, up to 24" long.
• To play, spread the sight word fish out (word side down) on the table or floor. Children take turns catching a fish. When they have caught a fish, they turn it over and read the word. If they are able to read it, they keep the fish. If they can't, the put it back face down. The child with the most fish at the end of the game wins.

These sight word fish could also be used as fun flash cards. Give each child a folder with 2 envelopes glued to the inside. Label one envelope "Fish Caught" and the other "Pond". Have each child put all his fish in the "Pond". As he learns each word, he may put it in the envelope labeled "Fish Caught".

These fish could also be used as word wall cards. They could be printed out using the poster print option on your printer. Set the printer to poster print 2 by 2. This will print 2 fish per page and the fish will be about 7" wide by 4 ¼" tall.

All art was created by the seller.
Total Pages
29 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A
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