For some reason my readers, even my really good ones,
start to slack off some from time to time.
They start “guess reading” for lack of a better term.
They know the words, it is almost like they are too lazy to “think” about it for a minute.
This happens every year, so I thought you guys might like the tip on what I am doing about it.
I reminded them of the strategy before they would read.
It was amazing how much better they did with that card IN FRONT OF THEM.
|click here to grab these reading strategy cards|
since reviewing these tricky sight words words great for this strategy as well.
(I mean, who doesn’t confuse words like was and saw?)
|grab the secret code file here|
This small pack is so much fun and ready for your use in so many ways.
First, all the learning options allow your students to create sight words using numbers and letters.
Your students can work on all the words from Fry’s second list,
or you can pull out just the words you want them to use.
Or you can also have your student use the worksheet option, like I showed above.
There is two options… one with QR codes for self checking and another without the QR codes.
we are working on matching labeling the caterpillar and butterfly body parts.
You can see one of my sweet girls sounding out the sounds in her body part word to figure it out.
|check out this unit here|
This one is more open ended and made them work a little hard.
They used their word wall provided as well as our monthly calendar
from the classroom to write about three things we celebrate in April.
|Write Me Three Months pack is here|
we are moving onto long vowels this week.
Here is a peek at the five sets of sheets.
|grab it here|