Sight words are a big deal in kindergarten these days! It’s Spring and we’re trying to master our ever-growing list of words and make it to Reading Level D by the end of the year. I try to find a variety of ways to practice reading and writing our sight words in the classroom. We
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Every single year, at parent-teacher conferences, several parents bring up their concerns about reversals. The letters b, d, p, and q are the most common concerns. Parents are also very concerned about kids who write their names backwards. In the younger grades, rest assured, that this is completely normal!
Generally, I’m not a fan of workbooks. I would much rather play games with kids, which reinforce the concepts they are working on. My daughter is one of these kids who loves to feel like a big kid with a homework book. Don’t get me wrong. She loves the games I have posted about for
I love this Sight Word Literacy Center that I bought from Lakeshore Learning. I will admit, it was a little spendy. It was $80. It’s a lot of money for an activity center that helps practice simple sight words. We bought this set several years ago, when my son was in first grade. I had a
My daughter and I have been practicing her sight words. Sight words make up about 90% of our reading vocabulary. To be a fluent reader, it’s extremely important that kids know these words quickly. One of my favorite ways to practice sight words is with the Memory Game. Finding sight word lists is very easy.