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Teach sight words with this multi-sensory fun and hands-on activity. Pre-Primer Playdough Activities Mats. Build, Read, Trace, and Write! These activity mats are great for your ELA centers, literacy centers, and literacy work stations. Perfect for preschool, pre-k and kindergarten emergent readers! Illustrations are included with ALL of the words.
This resource contains the following:
✔ 39 sight activity mats with sight words from the pre-primer list
✔ PLUS 8 additional color word mats.
✔ BOTH full color and black and white mats are included.
Each 8.5 x 11" mat is divided into the following four areas:
★Build The sight word printed at the top of each page in a large font provides an opportunity to build the word using play dough or waxed yarn. Students can cover the word with buttons, baubles, or counters; color the word; or finger trace the word.
★Read An illustrated sentence provides the opportunity for students to identify the word and read the word in context.
★Trace Students can trace each word over the dotted font.
★Write - Students can write the word on the lines.
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The following words are included:
What are teachers saying about this resource?
"This is such a great resource! The students love the different ways to practice writing, building, and finding the sight word. Very interactive and fresh"
"This is a fabulous resource. I'm currently using it in Word Work station and my tactile learners are loving it. Thanks !"
"Great resource! Thanks so much! I used it all year, it really motivated my students!"
"I use these weekly! Such a great resource, my kiddos love play doh and this provides a fun way to review our letters and sight words."
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