This bundle includes 4 Sight Word products:
● Dolch Sight Word Flashcards
● Fry Sight Word Flashcards
The Dolch Flashcards include printable black and white flash cards for all 220 Dolch Sight Words (also known as high frequency words). Each sheet contains 8 sight words, and features dotted lines for easy cutting, and circles to show optimal hole-punching placement. There are 28 sheets of flashcards in total, with 8 words on each page (6 words on the last two pages). The Dolch Sight Word Flashcard include two sets, one with the words in alphabetical order, the other set with the words listed in order of frequency.
The Fry Flashcards include printable black and white flash cards for the first 400 Fry Sight Words. Each sheet contains 8 sight words, and features dotted lines for easy cutting, and circles to show optimal hole-punching placement. There are 52 sheets of flashcards, with 8 words on each page (4 words on the last page of each set of 100).
● Dolch Sight Word Assessments
● Fry Sight Word Assessments
Out of all the products in my store, my Sight Word Assessment Checklists and Slideshows are the things I value and use the most often in my own classroom. Included with the Sight Word Assessments are 13 assessment checklists and 13 corresponding slideshows (in QuickTime) for assessing students' sight word fluency. There is a checklist and matching slideshow for the following sets of words:
✓ Dolch Pre-Primer Words
✓ Dolch Primer Words
✓ Dolch First Grade Words
✓ Dolch Second Grade Words
✓ Dolch Third Grade Words
✓ Fry's First 100 Words Set A (Words 1-50)
✓ Fry's First 100 Words Set B (Words 51-100)
✓ Fry's Second 100 Words Set A (Words 101-150)
✓ Fry's Second 100 Words Set B (Words 151-200)
✓ Fry's Third 100 Words Set A (Words 201-250)
✓ Fry's Third 100 Words Set B (Words 251-300)
✓ Fry's Fourth 100 Words Set A (Words 301-350)
✓ Fry's Fourth 100 Words Set B (Words 351-400)
Assessing each child takes about two minutes. First print a checklist for each student that you are assessing. Then, all you have to do is sit a student in front of a computer or iPad, play the slide show for the list you are assessing, and check off the words he/she reads correctly on your assessment checklist. The order of words on each checklist corresponds directly to the order of the words in the slideshows, allowing you to look down at your clipboard and record results while listening to your student read the words aloud. The value of having the slideshow reveal the cards (instead of you showing physical cards or showing the student a list) is in the consistency of your data. You can be assured that each student received the exact same amount of time for each word. Each checklist form has space to record data during three separate assessment dates, allowing you to track progress throughout the year. In addition to informing instruction, these also provide valuable data during parent conferences and/or report card season.
☞☞☞For more information on how I use these sight word assessment checklists to assess my students' reading progress, read my blog post HERE.