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Sight Word Line-Up
Grade Level(s): K, 1-2
By: Marietta Canalizo, Kindergarten teacher

With this great transition activity, students get to practice identifying sight words as they line up.

Objectives:

To correctly identify sight words.

Plan:

  1. Write sight words on 3"x5" index cards. (Make two sets) Tape one set of cards to the floor where the children usually line up. Place the second set in a colorful box.
  2. When it is time to line up, distribute the cards to each child or have them pull one out of the box. I usually do this when we go to the cafeteria and sometimes at the end of the day.
  3. Have each child read his/her card, show it to the class and find the matching word on the floor. If he/she cannot read the word, the class may help out.
  4. Collect the cards and place in the box for the next time.

Comments:

I have found that if I forget to use the cards when lining up, the children remind me. They enjoy this activity very much.

 


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