The aim of this game is to be the first to spot the common sightword.
They say it can’t be done.
Can you spot the common sightword on the two bookmarks?
Yes? That’s great. How fun!
Emergent readers can practice sightwords while honing their visual discrimination skills.
This download is a creative alternative to drill and kill flashcard practice.
Players must match the sight word on their card with the top card of the draw pile.
The first person to spot a match gets that card. The person with the most cards when the draw pile is gone is the winner.
Feel free to adopt your favorite card game rules to play with these unique, always-matching cards.
Use the bookmarks as cards in a card game.
Each card contains 5 sightwords, and any two bookmarks in the deck share exactly one sightword.
Using basic first list sightwords: A, alphabet, and, but, for, had, he, his, I, in, it, of, on, said, she, that, the, they, to, was, & you.
There are 21 words on 21 bookmarks.
This download is a creative alternative to drill and kill flashcards.
But they do exist...
The non-existence of certain finite projective planes.