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Beginning Sight Word Printables - The Measured Mom

How to make sight word worksheets FUN

Learn about this GIANT set of beginning sight word worksheets from 3 Dinosaurs! Plus, learn how to make worksheets hands-on and FUN.

Superhero Dolch Words, Superhero Fry Words & Superhero Sight Words all available for download on iTunes & Google Play

Sight Word Activities for Kids

Lots of fun and engaging ideas to help your child automatically recognize sight words!

Sight Word Activities for Kids

Indoor Activities for Kids: Lots of fun and engaging ideas to help your child automatically recognize sight words

*Be sure to check out Part 1 and Part 2 of this series.* Word Families To put it simply, word families are words that rhyme.  Teaching children word famili

Teaching Your Child to Read, Part 3

Teaching children word families is a phonemic awareness technique that helps children see patterns in reading. This is an important skill because it allow

Easy dot to dot printables: dot to dots help with rote counting and fine motor skills

Easy dot to dot printables: dot to dots help with rote counting and fine motor skills, site has mazes too.

Three sight-word games for kiddos.

3 all-time best games to play with sight words

Sight Word Bean Bag Toss - Call out a sight word and have your child toss the bean bag to the corresponding word.

SIGHT WORD bean bag toss

Word Recognition- A bean bag toss for sight words. Use index cards with sight words on them to draw from. Then use chalk to write the sight word on pavement. Ask students to throw bean bag onto the sight word you draw and say aloud.

words 3 ways: learning sight words for kindergarten

words 3 ways: learning sight words for kindergarten

Worth trying... Did you know that placing a red dot in the middle of words can help children see the whole word? Try it for students who just look at the beginning of words and then guess.

Thanks to brain specialist Fritz Mengert, I learned how to use a red dot in my reading instruction. Mengert told me that placing a red dot in the center of a word helps kids focus on the middle rather than just the beginning.

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