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Practice Sight Words Outside

(Word Recognition) Enjoy nice weather and learn at the same time! In this game, water balloons are tossed onto sight words written on sidewalk/asphalt with chalk. The word that falls victim to the water balloons plunge must be read by the child/student.

'ch' sounds - Phonics - The Three 'ch' Sounds

#Phonics printables: The 'Ch' blend actually has three different sounds. The most common is the ch heard in chip, then there is the ch heard in anchor and the ch heard in chef. In this booklet, these the word types are taught using illustrated silly short stories, word lists and examples in context.

These superhero themed Dolch and Fry sample sight words can be placed in a high traffic area (such as your door or hand washing area) to have your students frequently review them throughout the day.

Turn paper towel rolls into a Word Rollers: A fun little DIY spelling "toy." They are perfect to send home for students to build and practice their CVC and CVCe words. They also make a nice addition to word work centers. $1.20

Word Wizardry: Solving Words with Spells- FREEBIE! Fun way to entice your students to use root-words and word families! Perfect for morning bell work, Extensions or homework!!! Free Free Free!!