Do you teach young readers? Here you will find tips, ideas, and resources for teaching the alphabet, phonics, and sight words. And . . . find book suggestions for a variety of themes and holidays.
I have a wonderful freebie to share with you today… an Interactive Sight Word Reader about the season of Lent. Like all Interactive Sight Word Readers, this six-page book is an emergent reader with simple repetitive text. Each sentence in this book is missing the word “of” as it explains
I have another Bright Idea to share from my kindergarten classroom! This is a simple trick I use when I review flashcards with my students so I can easily ensure that students are getting practice with the sight words that are most challenging for them. I make all of my
Need some quick and easy resources for teaching about the presidents in your kindergarten or first grade classroom? Look no further! I have some great products and FREEBIES to give your lesson plans a fun (and educational) boost! Interactive Sight Word Readers are great for learning sight words. In this
Tomorrow we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday and I have the PERFECT supplement to your lesson plans for the week. Dozens of fans have been asking me to create an Interactive Sight Word Reader with a theme to fit Dr. King’s birthday. I am so happy to tell you
It’s here! It’s finally here! I am so THRILLED to announce that my new bundle of Interactive Sight Word Readers, the Bundle of Books, Part 2 has been added to my TpT store. That’s right! This bundle contains 100 MORE Sight Word Readers not included in the first bundle. Grab
I have really big news to share today. Huge news, really. If you are a fan of my Best-Selling Interactive Sight Word Readers, this message is for YOU. Today I published my 100th Interactive Sight Word Reader and updated the Bundle of Books to include ALL 100 titles. One hundred
Free I See the Farm Sight Word Reader
Download a FREE copy of “I See the Farm” Sight Word Reader and make learning sight words fun and interactive for your students.
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