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I am a wife, a mother to 2 boys, and a Christian Kindergarten Teacher. Besides spending time with my family, I enjoy sewing, scrapbooking, quilting and creating innovative, hands on lessons for my students.

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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Sight word freebie, ideas and more Dyslexia Worksheets!

Hello All, Today we had so much fun with our sight word from my freebie Snowflake Slap. First I laid out all of the snowflakes on the carpet. If the child could read me the word they could keep the card and crumple it into a snowball. Once all of the words were read and squished I told the class we could have a snowball fight! It was such great fun that we took our "snowballs" into another kinder classroom and attacked them. As the kids threw the sight word snowballs we made more snowballs and threw them into the crowd from leftover paper. It was great fun! Once we settled back into our classroom we placed all of the snowballs into a bucket and each child pulled a word. If they could read it they recorded it on the left side of the worksheet below, if they couldn't read the word they recorded it on the right. The ones most did not know were pretty consistent so I know which ones we need the most work on. So hop on over the TpT to grab your free copy of Snowflake Slap and have yourself your very own snowball fight!
I have also added several worksheets to my Dyslexia Worksheet Packet.

 I am having great results with it at home and in the classroom. Seeing less and less reversals overall! If you own it go redownload it to get the extra pages, if not grab it while it is only $2.00! (48 worksheets!)
Till next time,
Christine

1 comment:

  1. I really like this idea! I've been considering putting my kids in per-kindergarten classes. I've heard that kids end up doing better in school a lot of the time if you do. It's definitely something worth considering, especially if they have activities like this that would help the kids learn. http://www.advantagelc.net/Program%20Descriptions

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