This is a great addition to your daily word work activities in your bilingual classroom! There are 9 pages of Spanish sight words of varying difficulty. As students master each set of words, they move on to the next list.
Print each page on a different color of paper. Cut each page into three designated columns. Give your students all three colored columns at once, or one at a time depending on their skill level. Students can keep these word lists in a folder or designated spot in the room. When it is time for word work, they get out their lists and practice writing the words (in markers, crayons, pencils), use the iPad to write words, form words with Wikki Stix or magnets, read words to a friend, etc.
When you think they are ready for a new list, they can read the words to you and write them as you quiz them. Once a colored list is mastered, students can cut apart all the words of that color and staple together like a book, then they get a new colored list!
Lists were created from Fountas and Pinnell Spanish sight word lists k-1 and high frequency words in F&P and Rigby guided reading books.
(*from personal experience, this activity was highly effective in my bilingual kindergarten classroom. Students were motivated to work on their word lists and built up their vocabulary and word recognition very quickly)