Ready for some sentence-building fun? Want some ideas to move beyond flashcards and Bingo games to teach sight words? Sight Word Sentence Frames teach sight words in context while developing vocabulary, comprehension, and fluency. Children build a sentence frame with sight word cards. Then they use active comprehension strategies to complete the sentence with vocabulary cards (supported by photographs) so the sentence makes sense. These materials are perfect to place at your literacy center. The unit includes a student tracking form and bookmaking materials so children can write the sentences they create to make take-home sight word books. Also perfect for English Language Learners.
This set include:
* 18 sight word cards
* 42 vocabulary photo cards
* 3 sentence frames
Sight words: a, ate, but, could, eat, go, he, here, I, in, is, new, not, on, said, the, to, with
One frame includes a rhyming word match: "I could eat a plum but not a drum." Two of the three frames include food photos. This would be a great set to incorporate with a nutrition study.
This set includes units 14-16. There are 35 units in all that teach and reinforce over 140 sight words and 300 photo-supported vocabulary words.
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