Daily Schedule - Sight Words and Poetry/Phonics
One of my projects this summer was to plan out how I wanted to teach sight words and phonics skills next year. My curriculum does not dictate what phonics skills we have to teach and which sight word lists to practice, so I came up with a yearly scope and sequence that I am pretty happy with! At the end of this post you'll find a link to a bunch of freebies. This chart is in there (and it's editable). I have set aside about 20 minutes a day for sight words, poetry, and phonics. It usually…
I did something like this for middle school and high school students using their vocabulary words. It’s an excellent activity engaging students’ visual and listening skills. I am trying to find ways...
FREE Vocabulary Builder Flip-book when you sign up for my newsletter! Excellent reference for the most common prefixes, roots, and suffixes!
Dezol Games - Sight Words - Flash Cards
Dezol.com's Flash Cards Smart Board Game: This SMART Board game helps students memorize the 220 Dolch sight words. The can be displayed manually or automatically. Students can study pre-primer, primer, first, second and third grade lists or any combination. In the example, the word “you” is display and said.
Vowel Teams - Long Vowel Picture Cards
Working on vowel teams with your learners? These FREE long vowel picture cards can help! *This post contains affiliate links. Learning about vowel teams is a fantastic way to help kids understand phonics and spelling patterns. Instead of teaching unreliable rules such as, “When two vowels go walking, the first one does the talking,” I ... Read More about Vowel Teams – Long Vowel Picture Cards
Zap! A Sight Word Game
This is one of my students' favorite games. They love playing and don't even realize they are practicing their sight words at the same time. This game includes words typically taught to Kindergarten students, but this would also be good practice for struggling 1st grade students. Thanks for downl...
FREE Apps for Word Work & A Freebie
Happy weekend everyone!!!! I love the weekends!!!! Why do they go soooo fast, though!?!?! In my class we've been working on a (modified) version of Daily 5 (and I'll post more about how it's working out later)! I wanted to share some Word Work apps with you that can be used if you have a device, or your kiddos have them! And they're all free! Just click the pictures to take you to the app! Build a Word Express This app allows kids to create simple words, all within the same word family. I…
9 Entertaining Videos to Teach CVC Words with Music and Movement
I love to incorporate videos into my teaching time to reach all of my students. These are my favorite videos to teach CVC words in my classroom.
Fry Sight Word Assessment and Progress Monitoring Materials
Assess your student's knowledge of the Fry first 300 sight words with the Make, Take & Teach sight word assessment. Assessment materials, directions for administration, student recording forms and progress monitoring graphs are included. This assessment correlates with Make, Take & Teach si...
Sight Word FREEBIE from Teacher KARMA - Classroom Freebies
Are your students struggling with reading fluency? How well do they know sight words by heart? Get the 300 most common words that your student, ANY STUDENT, needs to be able to read instantly. To get your FREE sight word resource, please click here or on the graphic above. Best wishes! You Might ... Read More about Sight Word FREEBIE from Teacher KARMA
Making Sight Words Stick - Mrs. Richardson's Class
These sight word games are great fun for my students! They are simple, easy to do on the run or when you have a few minutes of time to fill! Grab this sight word game freebie to use them in your class!