Monday, June 13, 2016

52 Dolch Sight Words For Kindergarten

If you missed the 40 Dolch Sight Words for Pre -Kindergarten , you can download it HERE.  Reading, repetition and tracing are the key learning tools I used for our daughters.  Use Letter Tiles to make it more interesting by letting your child form the sight words.



 


https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/52-Dolch-Sight-Words-For-Kindergarten-3226233



Print the flashcards on card stock, you can also laminate them to make it more durable, punch a hole in a corner and use  a Leaf Ring Binder Key Ring



This way  you can always have it handy. You can easily throw it in your purse and while waiting for an appointment or waiting in line, your child can practice their sight words.



You can also print these on card stock and laminate, so your child can use it over and over again. I've always used sheet protectors to save money.  Let your child say the sight words to you while tracing.



and finally, how about a matching game! Our girls enjoy any matching game, make it fun by using a timer and an incentive! You can also do a hide and seek a sight word game. Spread and hide the sight words in your front room and let your child find them! Be creative and use this matching game in anyway that your child might love.


 
Free Educational Printables





http://www.abountifullove.com/2015/11/goodnight-moon-free-printable-pack.html


http://www.abountifullove.com/2016/02/alphabet-and-numbers-play-dough-mats.html




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4 comments:

  1. Love this! Perfect activity for summer break! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  2. Watching kids learn to read is so fun - especially when they are devouring the lessons. Thanks for joining us at the #LMMLinkup.

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  3. Great worksheets, sight words can be so boring, but they are such a great stepping stone with reading Thanks for sharing with the Cozy Reading Spot

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  4. It is very easy for parents to get wrapped up in themselves and their child and place blame. But that is simply not the case at Phoenix pre-k here.

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