Sight Word Take Home Booklets: Sight words are essential to reading development. Students take home the booklets to practice their word list. Then the student brings the booklet back to school and reads them to their teacher. Then the teacher attaches a sticker to the goal page and then staples a new list to the booklet. See the new pack HERE! This listing includes: a
I Can Statements Kindergarten I Can Statements Kindergarten: How do I use “I Can” statements in a kindergarten classroom? I Can Statements were all the rage a few years back, I’m not sure if I drank the Kool-Aid on it or not. I’ve been forced to post them in various ways over the years…as objectives, as “I Can” statements, goals, and the list goes on. The problem
Need a station activity to keep your kids engaged this winter? Yes, I said ‘winter’! My kids have loved these cookies so much, they asked if we could still use them after Christmas…how could I say no?? This is a great, engaging activity pack using the first 100 Fry words. Add cheap aprons (I got mine at Target), plates, cookie tins, and a spatula for novelty and your
We are working hard on Sight Words this year! I like to create pages (when it applies) where my students either draw or act out the sight word in some way. Here is a quick little page I created for my kids to help them remember “look” They draw the two o’s as eyes and then fill in the blank with what they are looking
The authors at Freebie-licious want to fill your hearts as much as you’ve filled ours! We are having a Blog Hop to share some great freebies! For my freebie, I am sharing an emergent reader I plan on using this week. It has sight words: look and see, along with the word “box” because we are working on words that end with ‘x’ this week.