Please note that the ready to print version only includes the first 100 Fry sight words. An editable copy is included for you to edit, but the template was altered slightly to include all the letters so it will look a bit different from the original version. Please look at the preview prior to purchasing.
These bookmarks were created for students to refer to when they are writing.
I noticed that the first 100 Fry words are always the ones my students refer to the most. I went ahead and created this bookmark to include this word list.
Students can keep these inside their writer’s workshop books, inside a reference folder, or in their desk.
I filled in my original copy with the first 100 Fry sight words.
I know you may need to include different words. For this reason, I included an editable copy with the whole alphabet so you can enter your own words.
Please note that in order to include the whole alphabet, I had to reformat the back of these templates.
I was looking at some composition books and it hit me that the inside of the front cover would be the perfect spot for a sight word chart.
You can print these on shipping labels or print them on regular paper and glue them in place.
Another option is to print them out and adhere them to one of the pages inside of your students’ notebooks/composition books.
I created a pre-made chart that is ready to print for you.
Just like the pre-made bookmark, it doesn’t include the whole alphabet because the first 100 Fry word list doesn’t have words for every letter.
I did include an editable copy with the whole alphabet for you to edit and add your own words to.