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Set ALL of your students up for success with this packet. Give students a visual to associate the sight words with and assist on reading along using the core board! See their learning take off! With and writing practice for all the sight words. Use the for students to use while reading. Students can point to words on their board as the teacher reads. Introduce the book or vocabulary with theactivity. Students can match vocabulary with the Students can with the word text top assist them to work independently. Last, lets students enjoy this Pete the cat (also includes modified version of word search).
I have used these activities within several different settings as a teacher. In the classroom on a word wall, in the Hall way (print 2 and make it interactive for students to match), Centers, partner matching games, Exit tickets..
Use these within ALL classes to engage students in their learning!!!
PE teacher- have students use these Pete the cat sight words in a relay race by having student use these cards and magnetic letters to form the words. Tape the words to bowling pins and students must read the words they knock down. Tape these words on the backboard on the basketball goal and whatever word the basketball hits they have to read. Tape these words to spots on the floor and play musical tag. When the music stops students stand on the spot and read their sight word.
Art- have students draw bubble letters or paint using the words. Use play-doe to create the sight words. When drawling a picture have the students hide the sight word within the picture and see if students can find the hidden word.
Music- Musical dots using the sight words, Sing the sight words, Attach sight words to different instruments and before they can use the instrument they must create a sentence using the sight word.
Library - use these cards in a scavenger hunt by giving the students a card and have them find the sight word in a book. Have students read the words as an exit ticket.
Be creative and give students as much practice as possible. Enjoy !