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I was trying to teach her sight words but she was uninterested and thought they are very boring. I had tried all sorts of things to make her learn sight words ex: using ipad, iphone, computer etc etc. She knows all her Pre-k 40 sight words and now has moved on to Kindergarten words.

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This has been really helpful for my special needs kid as she finds it difficult to individually make words but can read these so easily. Thank you very much! What a great resource!! Can anyone tell me what order they should be taught in? Besides Pre-Primer first, then Primer? Should they be taught in order of frequency? The order of frequency makes the most logical sense because they will be reinforced more often in written grade level text that children encounter. However, there is no hard and fast rule about the order in which to teach them. Powerpoint 5. Awards 6. Sticker Charts 7. Most Popular Click on the graphics below to view each book report project.

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Other Categories Click on the graphics below to view each book report project. Students will spell, write and read your choice of sight words over and over again. See our list of sight word flash cards below. Use this as a small group activity. Each student needs paper, pencil and 9 markers for covering spaces on his tic-tac-toe board.

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Each group needs a set of 9 sight word cards for each round. Select one student in each group to be the leader. Each student draws a large tic-tac-toe board on her paper. The leader calls out the first sight word.