Are you looking for a new twist on sight words?
Students look at the pictures, identify the beginning sounds and write them down. After finding all the beginning sounds, they have made a sight word!
Your students will practice multiple skills at once: letter recognition, letter-sound correspondence, beginning sounds, and sight word fluency!
Students will use letter stamps to find the first sound of each square. No stamps? No problem! Simply laminate or stick in a clear sleeve and use dry erase markers instead of stamps. . You can also use letter tiles, magnets, bottle caps-anything that will fit!
This bundle will contains 5 sight word packets based on Dolch word lists, making it easy for you to differentiate-simply print and place in your word work center!