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Individualized Sight Word Rings Kindergarten Sight Words Western Theme

Individualized Sight Word Rings Kindergarten Sight Words Western Theme
Individualized Sight Word Rings Kindergarten Sight Words Western Theme
Individualized Sight Word Rings Kindergarten Sight Words Western Theme
Individualized Sight Word Rings Kindergarten Sight Words Western Theme
Individualized Sight Word Rings Kindergarten Sight Words Western Theme
Individualized Sight Word Rings Kindergarten Sight Words Western Theme
Individualized Sight Word Rings Kindergarten Sight Words Western Theme
Individualized Sight Word Rings Kindergarten Sight Words Western Theme
Product Description
Sight word acquisition is an important building block in the construction of a child’s ability to read. In order to provide repetitious exposure to known and unknown sight words, incorporate these Sight Word Rings in your classroom. Below, I included 2 suggestions as ways to use these interactive learning rings in your classroom.

Included:
42 Sight Words (I, a, my, the , go, to, like, he, come, here, this, me, for, where, do, you, look, one, see, what, two, up, down, we, want, out, who, are, they, she, good, and, there, give, little, that, have, is, can, like, am, with)

Color Words: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, white, black, black

Western Themed Sight Word Rings front and back covers that can be individualize by handwriting the child's name on with a Sharpie
Western Themed

Western Themed: "Words I Know!" cover
Western Themed: "Words I Need to Practice!" cover

How To- Option 1:
Print, laminate, cut out Sight Words, and whole punch each card in the upper left hand corner.
Provide each child with a Sight Word Ring that includes the words your kinders are discovering for that week. Send home and allow the child to keep at home in order to practice with an adult at home. Each time you introduce new sight words, send home the sight words in a baggie and have parents/caregivers add the sight words to the rings.
How To- Option 2: Individualized Sight Word Rings
Print, laminate, cut out Sight Words, and whole punch each card in the upper left hand corner.

For each child, attach 5 unknown words to the “Words I need to Practice” ring. (If the child initially can fluently read several words, perhaps the word “I” and “a” add them to the “Words I know” ring.

Daily, either with the teacher, aide, or classroom volunteer, have the child practice his or her sight words. I make sure to review a lot of the words on the "Words I know" ring, so the student feels positive and motivated. It is important to review ALL the words on the "Words I need to practice" ring each visit. Each time the child shows automaticity and fluently reads the sight word, I add a tally mark on the back. Once he or she earns 5 tally marks on a card, the word card will be moved to the "Words I know" ring and a new unknown word will replace it.

Total Pages
10 pages
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