Who was this resource created for?
I am currently a 7th grade intensive services Special Educator. I teach all four content areas; ELA, Science, Math, Social Studies, and Social Skills, to a small group of students with moderate to severe needs. I created this Read and Write Sight Word resource for students with intellectual disabilities, on a beginning reader level. In other resources, I have used the Edmark Sight Word list. In this resource, I used words from the Fry sight word list. The words of focus are want, I, to. I specifically picked “want” from the Fry list because it is an important word to know in order to communicate what you want in daily life. I found with repetition, fading picture support, and most importantly, daily practice, these students found success with reading and writing sight words.
What does this resource include?
-Three versions of a six page book, “I Want”, there is one version with heavy picture symbols, the next version has only one visual per page, and finally there is a version where the students read and then draw their own illustrations.
-Detailed, five page lesson guide
-Trace, read, and write activity
-Circle the Sight words activity
- Two Color-by-Sight word activities
How do I use this resources?
This resource is meant to be used as sight word instruction and practice. It could be used as homework or for Extended Year Services. You can use this resource based on the needs of your students. There is a lesson plan included that can serve as a guide.
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I am honored you have chosen this resource for your classroom! I hope that your students find success as readers and writers.
Caroline, Love Live Teach