Learning Sight Words
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Sight Word Games
I used some of the words my kindergarteners need to know by the end of the year. I told the kids to "crash" their fingers when they met up, and then read the word. They roll 2 dice, one with numbers and one with the letters. The original directions have the child crossing each word off once it's read, but my kids need repetition, so I want them to roll the same combinations over and over again. I have also written one card (1d, 4e..) for each word and had the kids "crash" their fingers that way.
Roll a word.Laminate the game.You can choose the 6 sight words you want the students to play the game with. You could write the words or have them write the choosen words in the first box under the each of the different dice pictures. Students then roll the dice, see which word is under it, read it, then write it in that column witha whiteboard marker. Continue playing until all boxes are filled.
3-letter vocabulary spelling sight words cards for prek primary kindergarten from Velerion Damarke on TeachersNotebook.com - (7 pages) - This 60-card set has the most common 3-letter words for young readers and learners to learn. It's fast and easy to learn 3-letter words! Includes instructions for several games and activities!
Sight Words Uno Game Cards – This game is played exactly the same way as the original Uno game but instead of numbers it contains sight words on them. The students have to say the sight word in order to be able to play the card. This file contains: Card for each word in Dolch Primer sight words 4 reverse, skip, draw 2 cards 6 wild cards There are two version in this file. 1. Full color cards 2. Less ink intensive version Download the preview to have a closer look.