We introduced a new challenging activity to our kindergarten students last week. It involves using beginning sounds to find mystery sight words. It's a great way to work on phonological awareness and sight word recognition all in one activity. It includes two different ways to do this activity: with task cards and a recording sheet,… Continue reading Sight Word Fun!
While learning the sight word blue- we decided to let our students create their own shade of blue, name it and describe it. I didn't know how interested the students would be to create their own colour, but it turns out they were really excited to do it! We started off by just giving them… Continue reading Sight Word Blue!
Since we have finished learning all the alphabet letters and sounds with our Junior Kindergarten group, they are ready to really start focusing on some sight words and sight word recognition. For this young group, learning has to be play-based and fun for them so that they stay engaged in the activities they are doing.… Continue reading Simple Sight Word Practice