I have found that tasks involving colors and color words are the most engaging method of introducing children with unique learning needs to sight words. This task can be a simple matching game -- matching a word in color to a picture in color -- and then as your students master that task, you can slowly replace the words in color to words in simple black print to have them get used to the idea of recognizing words and letters that form words. This is a fun game for an indepedent or guided literacy center. Each strip says "I see a (color word) turkey" making this task just a little bit more challenging than simply matching color word to picture.
Created by *miss kim designs* a store for the unique learners in your life.
Instructions for creating the matching task are included in the .zip file.
This memory game is perfect for use with many of my adapted books. My adapted books are created for use in pre-K, preschool, early childhood special education and child care classrooms. Each book is interactive and focuses on new vocabulary. To see my inventory of adapted books, click here.