This packet includes:
Individual games for the sight words: You get a star.
Place the word cards in a bag or sock box See my blog at http://patriciakrause.com/ to learn how to make a sock box. This way the children cannot see what card they are going to pick.
Have the students take turns picking out a word. They must put a word back if they already have it. Once they have all them for the sentence, they can get a star. Keep the star cards in a container within reach of each player. Have the players place the stars in their ten frames to help keep track of how many they have won. The first to fill their ten frame with stars wins or whoever has the most stars when it is time to end the game.
There are two sets of uppercase and lowercase alphabet cards. I used the Comic Sans font which works well for students who may have difficulty focusing on certain letters. You can print one set of alphabet cards in color and the other in black and white to save on color toner.
TEXT DEPENDENT CARDS
There are 12 text related question cards. You can cut them up and attach them to the book HAND OFF, HARRY or keep them as a single sheet and place them in a binder or file folder. I usually cut them up and have a child choose one for us to do. If I have time during the day, I will have more children come up and choose from the remaining cards.