These activities were originally created with reading and writing of sight words in mind, but has well surpassed the original plan. Each activity uses pictures to formulate a small story and then uses a cloze activity to reinforce writing of the sight words and then onto using those sight words in a student's own sentence using provided pictures. The last two activities begin to introduce formulating a question and answer using visuals. Assessment uses are extensive. Capitalization at the beginning of sentences in the cloze activities, use of the sight words in the student's own generated sentence, grammar, and punctuation. Questions are used in a number of the activities to familiarize students with the use of the "?". The area provided to the student for writing their own sentences are set up to also assess letter formation. I laminate the pages for reading and then print the corresponding page for each student participating in the activity. These activities are ideal for one on one and small group instruction. A list of the Pre-Primer words are at the end of the activities.