Kindergarten Sight Word Flap Books

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This is a nice way to review sight words without spending too many papers on the same resource per kid. Thanks!
Easy for kids to use. We did one together and then they could do it on their own. They love doing them. Great for fine motor too.


Students will get hands-on practice learning sight words with these interactive flap books. Students will trace, color, write, read, and use sight words in context. Use these flap books on their own or as an addition to your interactive notebooks.

Included in this set are 49 sight words. These sight words come from a variety of lists, not one specific list. This allows you to have more options in which sight words you will introduce and work on with your students. They are a varied list of words based on Dolch, Fry, and other commonly used lists. Allowing students to use words in context is the most important aspect of teaching sight words. The following words are included:


















































CLICK HERE to read more about my sight word instruction embedded into my word study time.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Read common high-frequency words by sight (e.g., the, of, to, you, she, my, is, are, do, does).


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