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.
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.
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