Teaching Sight Words
Get sight word activities for kindergarten and other primary teachers to ignite their students' love of reading. Find ideas for your reading centers, sight word…
Spring into sight word work with the fun of coloring … coloring by sight word, that is. Although this practice for younger readers can be done any time of the year, the chance to reveal some of their favorite springtime creatures adds a seasonal flair to the activity!
The debate over the teaching and learning of sight words has been raging in the teaching profession for some time now. A teacher using sight words with no issues may look at you strangely if you suggest another method. However, with the addition of the Science of Reading research and best practice for teaching kids to read, cognitive scientists have put a lens on how children learn to read. It is this research that has again brought up sight word practice in the classroom.
Are you looking for a fun and exciting sight word game that you can do in the classroom? Or perhaps you are looking for something different to send home for homework with your children? Well… one of our favourite early years teachers, the lovely @misslearningbee shared this sight word game and we just had to share it! Not only because it is super easy to set up, but because it has already been tried and tested and her kids just love it!
As we know, students need to be exposed to a range of activities to learn sight words. What’s more, repetition is key! So, each Sight Word Little Book includes 7 different activities that provide the opportunity for little learners to learn these tricky little blighters!