It's been awhile since I've linked up with 4th Grade Frolics for Monday Made It. I've made several things over the last few months, but just haven't posted anything about them. What a perfect day to do it!
1. Dolch Sight Word Worksheets and Wonders Sight Word Worksheets
I created these worksheets because I wanted to give the children more opportunities to practice reading and writing their sight words. I use the same two worksheet formats for each sight word. With the predictable format, the students are able to complete these worksheets independently. Get two weeks of worksheets FREE by downloading the Wonders Sight Words Worksheets for Unit 1.1 and 1.2! Please note that the review worksheets in the free download are only available for the Wonders Sight Words, not the Dolch Sight Words.
2. Dolch Sight Word Assessment Booklets
Many years ago when I would assess my students on their sight words, I would just have them read off my checklist. I realized that wasn't the best method because the students would get nervous when they didn't get a check next to a word. Also, reading off the checklist was quite distracting because there were so many words written in small font. I next tried flashcards on a key ring and had the children flip through the words while I had a checklist on my clipboard. The flashcards were too small and were a bit cumbersome for the children. So this year, I made booklets as pictured above. They were so much better than any other method I have tried. The students can easily read the word on each page and turn the pages like a regular book so I can focus on the checklist.
3. Dolch Sight Word Sticker Book and Wonders Sight Word Sticker Book
The students love their Sight Word Sticker Book! They're fun and an easy way for students to track their own progress.
4. Wonders Sight Words Weekly Worksheets-Units 1-6
4. Dolch Sight Word Flashcards and Wonders Sight Word Flashcards
I print and photocopy so many flashcards for the students, so it was important for me to create flashcards that use a minimal amount of ink. I print the flashcards on color paper according to level.
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