students must master their sight words to develop fluency. So…here are a few of my favorite activities to develop sight word fluency.
the years, I have spent endless hours quizzing students on their sight words
and writing new words on index cards. It
has always been a pain keeping track of individualized lists and cards! Now that I use sight word notebooks, all of my students have the opportunity to
learn sight words at their own pace by reading 10 words and phrases at a
time. As the list and phrases are
mastered, students get to add a sticker to their card and move up a level! Each
word list and phrase is given a number so that it is easy for me to
monitor progress. My kiddos are so excited and motivated to move up a
level! I LOVE keeping student notebooks
in their individualized book bins so that they can read their words and phrases multiple times
throughout the day. The following pictures are from my Sight Word Notebook that I FINALLY posted yesterday. If you’re interested you can find it HERE. However, you could set up a sight word notebook just by simply typing your word list, creating some phrases, and then pasting them in a notebook for each child.