Sight words can be difficult for some children to master. I have learned that teaching the words in context seems to help, especially my struggling readers.
I have combined 2 things that my children LOVE doing: Interactive activities and making/wearing crowns. Lately, my kids have been making a bracelet out of one of the sections of the crown!
I have designed these interactive sight word readers with a matching crown as a bonus! (My kiddos get sight word reinforcement because they visually see the word over and over on their friends throughout the day!) The children learn the sight word in context which helps the children really learn the word!
These interactive readers have the children “build” the sight word on each page of the emergent reader. The text in each reader is predictable with picture support. There is an optional last page that is left blank so that you can have the children write their own “ending” or predictable sentence and illustrate it! Then, the children read their book over and over! Before you know it, they can fluently read and spell all their sight words!
My kids can’t wait to see which sight word we will be doing each week!