This is my first time participating in Throw Back Thursday – but I truly love the idea of pulling out some old gem from these amazing teacher blogs and giving them new life. This is TBT link-up is sponsored by Primary Possibilities the first Thursday of every month. Mark your calendars – because this will be one one link-up you won’t want to miss each month.
If you’ve read much of my blog, you probably know that in my 5 year teaching career I have taught in 3 different grades/content areas. I taught 1 year in middle school as a dyslexia intervention teacher, 3 years in 3rd grade and now I am in my first year of kindergarten. Through the last 5 years I have seen the importance of sight words to a student’s reading success. I don’t think it matters your grade, if you struggle with sight words your reading will be hindered.
|Recycle letters from boxes to make a
Letter Basket for building words.
|Use legos with sight words
to build towers. Make it
a game and the tallest
tower wins! Or put only
letters on the blocks
for some word
|FREE scrabble tiles to print out and use
for building words or playing word
games. Just click the picture for
your free scrabble tiles to print
and use in your classroom.