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Sight Words Bottle Cap Centers Bundle of 224 sight words word cards with illustrated sentences for perfect sight word practice for the whole year!!
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I normally use these with bottle caps but I wrote a HUGE blog post showing a lot of fun ways to use these with magnet letters! Check it out here:
Kids build the sight word on the card with water bottle caps! Recycling and hands on learning fun all in one!
I use bottle caps for phonics, literacy, and math learning ALL THE TIME - if you've never seen that in action, you should check out my blog post:
to see how I recycle water bottle caps to learn CVC words!
Those are from my best selling CVC Words Bottle Cap Centers BUNDLE
I also have a huge bundle of my bottle cap centers for every phonics sound I have available here:
to get these for ALL the phonics sounds I've posted! :)
I absolutely LOVE these sight words cards!
There are 224 words total so you have A TON of sight words to learn. Each word has a card that has the word, a sentence using the word, and a picture to illustrate that sentence so they are so much practice all in one!
The illustrated sentences are such great support for learning, reading, and practicing the sight words. These are easily one of my favorite sight words resources I have!
The sentences are very easy to read so students can easily focus on reading the sight word and use the context clues to figure out the sight word if they don't know it or to help them remember it.
The cards are also really bright and colorful which makes them a very hands on, engaging center! The pictures and borders really pop! There are 7 colors of cards - pink, green, blue, yellow, orange, red, purple - so they're very visually appealing for kids.
Since there are 224 words, these are perfect for anyone trying to master the K-2 sight words!
You write a letter on each bottle cap with a permanent marker so you can make as many of each letter as you want! It's way cheaper than magnet letters! Although I use those with these as well! My Digraphs Activities blog post shows the way bottle caps look on these cards and also the exact magnet letters I use when I do use them.
You can put just the letters bottle caps students need to build each word in a bag with the word cards for the words you're learning that week then simply put them all back in a bag to file for use next year! I recommend doing this to make a bag for each week so you can easily just pull them out each year!
You can also just put them in a stack in your sight words center with all your bottle caps in a bucket - although I recommend a craft/tool storage box like I show in my EW UE UI Activities blog post if you scroll down a bit to see the container I use. Label the compartments with the 2 letters it contains (my picture is before I labeled them) and then it is so easy for kids to put the letters back where they go and so easy for them to find the letters they're looking for! In those pics, they're mixed but now I have one for my bottle cap letters and one for my magnet letters and love it because I can pull out whichever materials I want to use.
If you love these, you'd probably also love my
They've been one of my most popular resources for years now!
I explain how to use them in these posts:
I also have A TON more bottle cap centers - here are some of them:
If you love my phonics bottle cap centers, I also have them for grammar:
(5 differentiated levels: 1 missing number with numbers to 10, 2 missing numbers with numbers to 10, 1 missing teen number, 1 missing number with numbers to 100, and 2 missing numbers with numbers to 100)
(3 sets of centers - all 3 practice adding with sums to 10)
(4 sets of centers - first 2 sets are 1 digit numbers that add up to 20, second 2 sets also add in 2 digit numbers like 14+5, 12+3, etc.)
(3 sets of centers - all 3 practice subtracting within 10)
(3 sets of centers - all 3 practice subtracting within 20)
(8 different levels of 4 sets of numbers mats - 32 center mats total - to practice numbers 1-120)
- Missing Addends Bottle Cap Centers (9 different levels of centers - 3 levels with sums to 10, 3 levels with sums to 20, and 3 levels with sums to 100)
As you can see, I LOVE using bottle caps for learning! They're so fun for kids because they're hands on and I love that I can make as many letters/numbers/etc. bottle caps as I want and if they get lost, it's no big deal - simply write on another bottle cap to make a new letter/number :) Plus kids get excited to bring them into class because it's something they already have at home! I have sooo many bottle caps saved I haven't even used yet!
This resource has a table of contents of all the words that you can click on each word to take you directly to it!
I also included UK/Aus/Can spelling of words like mom/mum, math/maths, gray/grey - click on "Other" to get the alternate spelling cards! :)
- Miss Giraffe