Sweet Treats "Roll, Say, Keep!" Center or Game
Primer Dolch Words
This product includes the Sweet Treats themed "Roll, Say, Keep!" game with Primer Dolch sight words. I have included the Primer Dolch list. There are two different types of extension activities to go with the game/center. There is also a Sweet Treats themed color word wall to place in the writing center, as well as, Sweet Treats themed words that can be used as a word wall or portable word ring. You can also cut apart the cards and use them for memory! 84 pages in this product!
These activities are differentiated and can be used for advanced preschool students, kindergarten, and any student that needs practice with sight words. It is appropriate for a school or home-schooled setting. This product is also appropriate for special education instruction. The game and printables offer a lot of repetition and practice, while having fun!
Table of Contents
Roll, Say, Keep! Mats (pg. 5-8)
Sight Word Cards Dolch Primer (pg. 9-13)
“Dotted Treats!” extension activities (pg. 15-21)
“Sweet Treats Sight Word Fun!” extension activities Primer Dolch (pg. 22-75)
Sight Word Stories” extension activities (pg. 77-78)
Sweet Treats Colors Word Wall (pg.80)
Sweet Treats Words– Word Wall or Word Ring (pg. 81-82)
Common Core Standards:
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.K.3c Read common high-frequency words by sight (e.g., the, of, to, you, she, my, is, are, do, does).
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.K.1 Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print.
"Roll, Say, Keep!"
Students will roll a die, count the dots, and identify the number. Students will find the matching number of dots on the “Roll, Say, Keep!” mat. If they roll a 6, they will find the space with a 6 on it and read the sight word card that is placed on the space with a 6.
"Dot The Treats!" Extension Activity
Students will read and identify the sight words in the direction box. Students will color or dot the words in the cookies the corresponding color.
"Sweet Treats: Sight Word Fun!" Extension Activity
Students will read, trace, write a specific sight word. Students will construct a sentence with the specific sight word and illustrate their sentence.
"Sight Word Stories"
Students will select 3 or 4 sight words from the Roll, Say, Keep! Game. They will write a sweet treats themed sentence with each sight word or write a story about sweet treats, including each of the selected sight words.
Sweet Treats Themed Word Walls and Rings
Students will use color word wall to assist them in coloring or dotting the sight words the correct color in “Dot The Treats!” worksheet. Students will use the words walls or rings to assist them in writing an original sentence in the “Sweet Treats: Sight Word Fun!” and "Sight Word stories" worksheets. Bonus: You can print out two copies of the cards and use it for memory!
I am so pleased to share some different center and game ideas with you. I am passionate about differentiation and believe that it is so important to make it easier for the classroom teacher to differentiate. I hope that my centers save you some time and provide your students with enjoyment!
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