Sight Word File Folder GameValerie Mcclintick
My kindergartner has been making so much progress with his reading! We’ve worked our way through many word families and it’s time to start getting serious about sight words. I decided to make him a simple game he can play to slowly build up his sight word reading skills in a fun way. This game features 54 different sight words from the Dolch 220 PrePrimer list and is a fantastic starting point for young children learning to read.
To play, children roll a die and move their guy, reading the word they land on as they go. There are detours, crosswalks, and other traffic related hazards along the way to the Candy Shop, making this a fun game that builds a bit on sportsmanship as well.
Scholastic First Little Readers
25 book set
We personally own and cherish these little books. I must have spent an hour in the bookstore examining all the different early reader book sets they had to offer and this series was the one that stuck out the most. Both my preschool and kindergarten aged boys love this set, we own set A, B, and C and they offer my kiddos a chance to experience success at reading which is worth it’s weight in gold. Most pages of these full-color storybooks feature just one line of simple, repetitive text to help children learn to read with ease and confidence. Click Here for Sample Pages
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Did you print this on letter size or legal size card stock? Thanks for your help. I love your materials and use them often with my special ed students. :-)
I printed this on letter sized cardstock