Write-In Rhyming Mini Sight Word Books Fry Words 51-75
These Write-In Rhyming Mini Sight Word Books use the third set of 25 Fry words 51-75. The first set, 1-25, and the second set, 26-50, are also available in my TpT store. The repetition, rhythm and the pictures make sight word learning more fun and MEMORABLE. There are three parts to these mini books. Practice tracing and printing the sight word on the cover, writing and reading the sight word in a short rhyming story in the middle, and finding the sight word in a simplified word search on the back. The mini books are designed to be printed single sided and folded into a four-panel mini book. You have the option of a color set or a black and white (gray scale) set. It is best to distribute them already folded.
My experience with these books has been extremely positive. My students continually pull them out to re-read them! What a confidence builder for those emerging readers and great practice for those with more advanced skills. You may want to make two copies for each student – one for home and one for school!
The books are in the specific Fry word order and are numbered with a small number in the corner to help keep you organized. I have also included a contents page for you to easily find what word you need in your collection.
The third set of 25 FRY words are:
Will, up, other, about, out, many, then, them, these, so, some, her, would, make, like, him, into, time, has, look, two, more, write, go, see.
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If you follow me, you already know I love to leave you with a joke and a smile. I hope you enjoy this mini-haha….
"How do you spell toad?" a first grade student asked his teacher.
"We just read a story about a toad," she said, then helped him spell it out: "T-O-A-D."
Satisfied, he finished writing the story he’d begun, then read it aloud: "I toad my mama I wanted a dog for my birthday."