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When I've subbed I found that kids were attentive to and enjoyed this little activity to help them recognize their Dolch sight words.

Each child has a worksheet that has sight words written inside, each its own little box inside a seasonal shape. Around Valentine's Day it be a large heart sectioned off inside into spaces, with a site word inside each space. Or, the shape could be something generic such as a circle or square, a cloud, or even a blackline outline of an animal if you can draw.

The teacher writes a sight word on the board and the kids read the word as soon as they can, then find that word on their worksheet and color in the box that has the word. So, when all words have been posted and identified, the entire heart will be colored in.

St. Pat's Day: a shamrock etc. You can decide whether the kids use assorted colors or one color, but the color should be light so that the word is still visible just so the kids might still read them after the game ...See More
kdg tchr On 6/05/11, Dorothy B. wrote: > When I've subbed I found that kids were attentive to and > enjoyed this little activity to help them recognize their > Dolch sight words. > > Each child has a worksheet that has sight words written > inside, each its own little box inside a seasonal shape. > Around Valentine's Day it be a large h...See More
Jun 9, 2011
jmho5 On 6/05/11, Dorothy B. wrote: > When I've subbed I found that kids were attentive to and > enjoyed this little activity to help them recognize their > Dolch sight words. > > Each child has a worksheet that has sight words written > inside, each its own little box inside a seasonal shape. > Around Valentine's Day it be a large h...See More
Jun 10, 2011
Gayla King Just wondering: how do you make the spaces within the shapes...probably very obvious. gintexas
Jun 15, 2011
link did not work. On 6/15/11, Gayla King wrote: > Just wondering: > how do you make the spaces within the shapes...probably very obvious. > gintexas
Jan 1, 2012


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