Classroom Freebies

Color by Code with Sight Words: Spring Bunny

Sight Words, also known as Dolch Word list or The Dolch 220, are words in the English language that are most frequently used but most of which are not pronounced phonetically. Therefore, it is important for a child who is learning to read to be able to recognize these words simply by sight, hence the name Sight Words.  This memorization of these high frequency words are part of any kindergarten and 1st grade classroom. 

One way to assess fluency of these Sight Words is through activities such as flash cards, worksheets, and even coloring pages. We use all of these in our classroom but a favorite of our students is the Color by Code coloring pages.  

These pages use the first set of High-Frequency words such as I, me, a, & go. By learning these words children can begin to explore early readers and find success, exciting their progress and propelling them to move forward and learn more.  It is a great cycle that prompts literacy, reading fluency and a love for learning. 

My Color by Code using Sight Words Spring Pictures complete set of 12 pages can be purchased on my Teachers Pay Teachers store but today I would like to give you one of these pages for free. Click the image below to download your FREEBIE.  

Who wants a Spring FREEBIE? Head over to sherilbrasher.info/school-resources to grab this super cute Color by Code using Sight Words picture of a bunny.

Today's freebie would be a great addition to a literacy center, morning work, early finisher work or just a rainy day activity. 

What are some ways that you teach, introduce or practice sight words and reading with your children? Let me know below so I can try it out in my classroom. 

Until next time, I'll see you over at sherilbrasher.info


Who wants a Spring FREEBIE? Head over to sherilbrasher.info/school-resources to grab this super cute Color by Code using Sight Words picture of a bunny.