This set of ten original sight word story cards, ten coordinating writing activity pages, and 48 sight word cards is a perfect addition to your literacy centers for end-of-year kindergarten centers.
Story Cards are short high-interest stories filled with features that new readers need. These one-page sight word stories include...
* Lots of repetition of high-frequency words
* Picture support
* Opportunities to practice fluency: phrasing, intonation, expression, punctuation
* Challenge words that can be determined by basic decoding, picture support,
using the first letter, and context
Each story card is presented in three formats:
* Full color page with illustrated story
* A black and white version of the same story. Do your students keep a song and poem anthology, filled with the poems you've used in shared reading? These stories are a perfect addition to their collections!
* Black and white printable page with missing sight words for students to write in.
Suggestions for using story cards:
* Use as a warm-up in a guided reading lesson
* Add a set to your fluency center
* Great for buddy reading
* Send copies home for extra practice
* Have your student "mark them up', highlighting punctuation, sight words, etc.
* Use for tutoring sessions or with intervention groups
* Please note that these are one page stories, not printable books.
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