I work at a school with a majority Spanish-speaking students. In an attempt to include our Spanish-Speaking parents in the process of learning sight words, I look the list of sight words and had them translated into Spanish (by our WONDERFUL parent liasons). Each word looks like this:
said (sed) decir
In this document are 220 sight words (plus a few extras) with pronunciations and translations. The words are divided into 20 lists, and each list has 11 words. The 20 lists are divided into 4 different colors (blue, orange, purple, and yellow) , and I have students focus on 1 color at a time.
Suggestions for use:
- Each time a student masters a list, they get a small reward.
- Each time a student masters a list, give them a flower petal or a portion of a star that matches the color. After finishing all 5 lists in that color, students will have a complete star or flower and will have mastered 55 new words!
- Each time a student masters a list, the can add to a bar graph.
- Each time a student masters a list, they add a sticker next to their list.