capital letter and periods as clues. Once it’s in the correct order,
they read the sentence.
their silly sentence and point to each word as they read it. This is a
great way to practice reading the actual words and not relying on the
clues from the sentence to help decode, plus they think it’s hilarious!
We also love to use stamps in my room, so we practice stamping and writing our sight words too.
Later on in the year, I place our Super Sight Word spellers in the writing center, and my students practice writing the sight words in lots of fun ways!
These activities are in my *newly updated* sight word writing practice packs! You can purchase each pack separately, or save 20% by purchasing the bundle.
and part of my Stamp it Up Printables!
Tara from Little Minds at Work puts magnetic letters into little tupperware dishes and has her students unscramble them. Then they write the word. I absolutely love this!
You can also check out my Sight Word Practice Pinterest Board for more ideas, I’m always adding great pins I find!