Pinterest Pin of the Week: Stringing Matching Pairs of Sight Words
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Henry’s been flying through his sight word lists lately.
I’ve been so proud of him. Some we haven’t even practiced at home, he’s just learning them so quickly on his own at school.
But I like to bring what he’s working on at school into the house so that I can see how he’s doing first hand.
I made a simple sight word activity for him to connect matching pairs. It’s basically a simple worksheet made big on our floor to get him involved instead of ‘doing work’.
To set up, I wrote his current list of sight words on sticky notes, twice, and placed them in two separate lines, or columns, on the floor.
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