Learning to read can be hard! A great way to help young readers find success and feel like a reader is by teaching sight words and high frequency words. As they learn to recognize these words they begin reading them everywhere! That builds self-confidence and makes them eager to continue learning to read.
This resource is designed to have everything you need to teach, practice and review the sight words I, see, a, at & the.
Begin with the sight word emergent reader. Your kids will love “I See a Zoo” and reading about all the animals they find in a zoo. With the target sight words strategically used your young reader will be reading the words in no time. I suggest reading the emergent reader every day during the week.
After reading the story, choose one or more of the practice activities to help your child work on reading and spelling the target sight words.
Add in some hands-on activities and games to make learning and practicing the sight words so much fun!
This All-in-One Sight Word Resource includes:
🐘 2 sight word readers (basic sentence & extended sentence)
🐒 Full Page Color Teacher book
🦒 Half Page Black & White Student Book
🐼 Feed the Sight Word Cut & Paste Activity for each word
🦩 Sight Word Writing Practice Pages
🐅 Sight Word Mazes for each word
🦍 Color by Sight Word (3 pictures)
🦁 Spin, Read and Graph
🦧 Spin, Read and Write (2 activities)
🦓 Roll, Read and Graph
🐪 I Spy Sight Words Center Activity (3 pages and response sheet)
🦏 Sight Word Write the Room (2 options and response sheet)
🦔 Fine Motor Mats (3 sizes included & I Can instruction cards)
🦛 Rainbow Words (Color and Black & White options for each word)
🦇 Sight Word Playing Cards (12 cards for each word & Wild Cards)
🦘 The Zoo Class Book Writing Activity
🦚 Sight Word Flashcards for all target words
🐢 Sight Word Word Wall cards for all target words
This is a perfect activity for encouraging emergent readers, your homeschool reading lessons, your at home daycare or preschool, a traditional pre-k, kindergarten or first grade classroom, a homeschool co-op class, or at home summer learning to help prevent the summer slide. A great introduction or follow-up to a zoo field trip too!
Perfect for kids 4 – 6 years old; Pre-K, Kindergarten; Struggling Readers
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