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Individual build - a - word cards
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Worksheets for Rhyming words, matching, webs, and mini-books. Sentences (Basic Building Sentences) The page contains basic build-a-sentence worksheets. Students cut out the word cards and rearrange them to make complete sentences. These worksheets were designed primarily for students in Kindergarten and 1st grade. Sentences (Run-Ons and Fragments). Page 6: I can write the word (child will write sight word in blank box) Page 7: I can make the word (child will glue letter squares to this page) Page 8: I can find the letters in the word (child will find the letters of the sight word and mark) Page 9: I can cut out the letters in the word .
3. Sight Word Memory. Using index cards, write out pairs of sight words and place them facedown on a table. Take turns flipping over the cards and reading the words. If you make a match, you keep the cards. The person with the most cards when they are all turned over wins. 4. Meal Time Word Wall Make a word wall with a large piece of butcher paper. Concept of word refers to the ability of a reader to match spoken words to written words while reading. Students with a concept of word understand that each word is separate, and that words are separated by a space within each sentence. Using strategies to build concept of word in the classroom can also strengthen a child's developing awareness of the individual sounds within words.
House individual Language Experience books in student book boxes to be read during independent reading. Read Pig the Pug by Aaron Blabey: Students identify upper and lower case initial /p/ graphemes in words (e.g. Pig, pug, paw, puff, pile). Write these words on cards with other words from the text. On index cards, write the blends br-, cl-, fl-, gr-, pl-, sp-, and tr-, and put the cards in a hat. How to Play: As a class, make a list of words that begin with the blends on the index cards. Instruct students to select words from that list and write them on their bingo boards. Then start playing! Pick a blend out of the hat.
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Kids love seeing their name cards up on your classroom word wall. Use the free updated templates to make your own name cards.
Use them for your word wall and for a variety of literacy activities. Do you add your students' names to the word wall or alphabet wall in your early childhood classroom. Adding names to your word wall can generate a great deal. Whether you want to create a booklet for an event or print out an ambitious book project, consider using the pre-built page settings for booklets that comes with Word.
The Book Fold layout sets you up for printing your masterpiece automatically in the correct order, ready for folding and binding. There are many words to make, and you can use the table of contents or index to find words that fit your needs. The only problem I've had so far is that it is pretty tough to get the pages of letter cards to copy correctly - the front and back of the page have to perfectly align on the photocopy, and that is not an easy task unless you wish to /5(88).
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Build a Sight Word is a great activity for children to play to help develop their sight word vocabulary. Using the free printable sight word cards, children look at each letter in the word and re-create (build) the word using the wooden letters. Once they have built the sight word, they cover each letter with small glass gems.
There are several sizes to choose from, including a selection of "standard" options. Make a card with the "poster," "portrait" or "square" option for the best results.
Choose from a wide selection of themes as a starting point for your design. Don’t worry if your card isn’t exactly how you want. Open a blank Word doc, head over to the “Insert” tab, and then click “Table.” A drop-down menu will appear. Create a 2×4 table by hovering over and selecting the respective block.
You can create more rows if you prefer, but 2×4 will fit on a single page. The table will now appear in your Word doc, and you’ll need to tweak a few. Make the word “be.” Now add a letter to make “bet.” Change a letter to make the word “pet.” Add a letter to make “pest.” Change a letter to make “best.” and so on For some great Making Words lessons, check out the series of books by Patricia Cunningham and Dorothy Hall.
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whole-word shape boxes, identifying the focus words among other words of varied fonts and then cutting and pasting letter tiles in correct order to make the focus word. The worksheets in this book can be used while working with the entire class, in small groups, or one-on-one with individual children.
They can also be assigned as homework for. To make. Select ten to 20 words from a book (or books) the child is reading. Print the words clearly and boldly on separate 3x5 inch index cards, making pairs of each word.
(Children may help by copying the words you write.) Two to four players can play this game. To play.
Shuffle and deal three to five cards to each player. Our card choices make sense. Each set includes short vowel words for all the vowels; each card has a picture cue and a space defined to place letter tiles.
And on the back is the word that they are trying to spell for self-checking. Includes fifty-two, 4¼" x 5½" cards and a Really Good Stuff® Teaching Guide. Alphabet Sound Cards 31 color-coded cards: 21 consonants, 5 long vowels, 5 short vowels. Three sizes: Individual, Small-Group, Wall Card.
Digital cards recite the sound card story and each picture illustrates a motion. You have to guess the word. Word Building Think of a three letter word which is simple to spell and write each letter on a small piece of card - one letter per card.
Draw three lines on a separate piece of paper. Tell your child the word and ask him to make the word by arranging the three cards in the right order on the lines of the paper. Make printable and virtual bingo cards.
Make your own bingo cards with this free, simple app. Our bingo card generator randomizes your words or numbers to make unique, great looking bingo cards. Watch a demo. To make customized or number bingo cards please use our Bingo Generator or our Bingo Generator.
To do this, create a new, blank Word document and save it like we mentioned earlier when creating a master document from scratch. Click the View tab and then click Outline in the Document Views section.
The Outlining tab becomes available and active. Click Show Document in the Master Document section to activate additional options. More Sight Word Books. After creating the first 26 sets to use alongside Reading the Alphabet, I’ve had requests for more books. I’m creating additional sets.
These later sets loosely correlate with my free phonics books. When I have a large collection, these will. These 36 skill-building activity cards are designed for use with an individual child. Print all the cards as a set or pick individual activities. You may also choose activities based on the child’s skill level.
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Could make an ABC book also. Other word wall cards on this site, too!