This is a single page visual aid that can be used to help students define and describe words. I use this to help develop and prompt expanded language - both verbally and written. I have printed mine out large and laminated it as a poster on the wall. These ideas come up in a lot of different activities that we do so it is handy to have for students to refer to both independently, and with prompting.
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Sketchbook Idea. Form something new from what is already there. Be poetic! Don't let the written word scare you if you don't normally work in it. Learn to use words in your art in ways no one would expect!
Word Work- Roll a Sight Word. Once you download this you can copy and paste in a new slide, then delete the words for a blank template. I plan to have 2 cups with sight words written on craft sticks in them: a K/1st words cup and a Challenge (2-7) cup. The kids draw 6 sticks and play with those words!
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Activity for ages 4 to 8. Since sight words are the most common words written, memorizing them helps kids increase their reading fluency in a jiffy. That’s why we love coming up with fun sight word games for kids! Whether you’re on the hunt for a playful Valentine’s Day literacy center, word work center or sight …