“Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other” –Abraham Lincoln
Students can play a fun game and work on sight words!
Do you remember playing a card game where you placed the cards face down, and then picked two cards to see if they matched? If the cards didn’t match, you turned the two cards back face down. The goal was to remember where the cards were when face down, and then match two cards to make a pair. Once you made a pair, you got to keep them and take another turn. (I think that is how it was played!)
You can play this game using sight words!
I have included a free download for beginning sight words (print or copy twice). You can also easily make your own using index cards or a computer. Be sure to have the kids read the words when they play, and help students until they recognize the word by sight.
Download here/2 pages: Sight Word Flash Cards
“I find television to be very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go in the other room and read a book.” –Groucho Marx
I have a fun free download for Valentine’s Day. Students practice adding, learning the term “sum,” and coloring. Fun, fun!
Download here: Valentine Color By Sum