In my classroom, I am a firm believer that literacy stations should be a time for students to practice skills they are working on in whole group and in guided reading groups. This leads to my belief that literacy stations must be differentiated.
I know that differentiation can be very overwhelming. Therefore, I have used my knowledge as a classroom teacher, literacy coach and reading interventionist along with Jan Richardson’s (author of The Next Step in Guided Reading) suggestions to create sight word station activities based on each child’s reading level and skills.
This set of literacy stations specifically focuses on sight words for reading levels A-C (DRA 1-4). I have divided each set of words into smaller lists to keep students from becoming overwhelmed.
In this pack you receive directions on how to use the activities to differentiate work for your students, 22 DIFFERENT sight word station activities for each list of words. There are so many activities, you will not be able to use them all! The variety keeps it exciting for the students! PLUS I CAN posters for each activity!
Checklist for pre and post assessments of sight words
Word List to send home
Flashcards to send home
Play-Doh Sight Word Mats
Push Pin Sight Word Activity
Sight Word Fun – Print and Go Pages
What’s Missing? – Print and Go Pages
Mix It, Fix It – Magnet Letter Activity
Let’s Stamp Some Sight Words
Spin a Word
Rainbow Sight Words – 2 Different Activities
Sight Word Puzzles
Color By Sight Word
Rip It Up Sight Word Activity
Follow the Path Board Game
Sight Word BINGO
Fluency Dice Game
Time Me! Fluency Game
Sight Word BUMP
Sight Word Card Games – BINGO, Memory, Find the Teacher
Sight Word Bump
Sight Word QR Codes
Read It, Bead It, Write It
The following words are included in this pack:
Level A - at, can, go, me, to, is the, we, am see, m y, up
Level B - and, had, his, like, do , has, in, look, got, it, he, on
Level C - are, for, here, play, come, get, him, said, will, did, of, she, you.
If you have any questions about this product or how I use it in my classroom, please email me at email@example.com