Here's a fun and engaging PowerPoint and emergent reader set for the sight word HIS that will teach your kids all about the word and keep them moving as well!
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In this resource you will find an interactive PowerPoint presentation and a black and white version of the emergent reader for independent practice.
There are 24 slides in the PowerPoint presentation (plus a credits slide):
Slide 1: Introduce the word
Slide 2: Sign the word
Slide 3: Learn to write the word
Slide 4: Ask what the kids notice about the word (How many letters are in the word, is there a word inside the word, does it have double letters, are there any funny sounds (digraphs, vowels that make the wrong sound, etc.), does it look like another word they know? The possibilities are endless. Let the kids lead.
Slide 5: Kids move and spell the word with the movements. (Example: a-n-d and 3 times while doing jumping jacks.)
Slide 6: Name some words that rhyme with the sight word. You can write them down or just yell them out. The next slide is a movement slide so there is time to erase :)
Slide 7: Kids move and spell the word with the movements. (Example: a-n-d and 3 times while doing jumping jacks.)
Slide 8: Trace the word. Have two kids come to the board, or have all kids write it in the air or on a partner's back.
Slide 9: Pair/share - Have kids spell the word to each other and then switch. High five when done.
Slide 10: Read the fluency triangles as a group. Start on the top line and read down.
Slide 11: Read the fluency triangles as a group. Start on the top line and read down.
Slide 12: Kids move and spell the word with the movements. (Example: a-n-d and 3 times while doing jumping jacks.)
Slides 13-20: An emergent reader that the class can read in tandem. You can also call on children to read out loud one at a time. The text is predictable with picture cues.
Slide 20: Kids interact with the last page of the book.
Slide 21: Link to a video (linked through Safeshare) about the sight word.
Slide 22: Have kids say together, "Now we all know (spell) a-n-d AND!
Slide 23: Credits
Slides 24-25: Suggestions for use
The 8 page emergent reader helps students read and spell their sight words in context. The text is predictable, the sight words are traceable, and the kids get to author the final page of the book!
***You can get this and many other sight word sets in money-saving bundles***
Fry PowerPoint Bundle 1-25
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