Making Sight Words for Scott Foresman Reading Street Curriculum (K Level)
One of the most effective and powerful reading skill that young children must learn is to build a sight word vocabulary. When a child is able to identify sight words they are well on their way to becoming a thriving reader and writer. Making Sight Words is an activity to use with all of the units for the Reading Street Curriculum that introduces 40 sight words during the year. As new words are introduced weekly the children can practice making and writing the words.
This activity can be used whole group, small group instruction, or a great center activity. I have included a template with each week’s words on it & a sheet with letters so the students can cut the letters out and make the word. I copy the letter sheets on colored paper. In addition, there is space at the bottom of each page for the students to write a sentence using the sight words. The word sheet that the students cut out get harder. This resource promotes sight word vocabulary development, fine and gross motor skills, concepts of print while increasing student achievement in reading and writing. Below you will see that Making Sight Words is aligned with the following CCSS.
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Reading Street Unit Sight Words
Unit 1 am, I, little, the, a, to
Unit 2 have, is, we, my, like, he, for
Unit 3 me, with, she, see, look, they, you, of
Unit 4 are, that, do, one, two, three, four, five
Unit 5 yellow, green, blue, what, said, was, where, come
Unit 6 Review Unit 1-5 Sight Words
Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy Standards
Reading Foundational Skills (Print Concept)
Reading Foundational Skills (Phonics & Word Recognition)
Reading Foundational Skills (Fluency)
Language (Conventions of Standard English)