Under the Sea – Lesson 2 – Sight Words

Writing in sand helps children remember skills better than just writing on paper. DIY sand trays save you money, too! Under the Sea – Lesson 2 I can read sight words. Objective: To read sight words: then, was, when, help. (RF.K.3) Materials: sight word cards,...

At the Beach – Lesson 23 – Spelling CVC Words

Take learning outdoors with this fun tactile writing lesson! At the Beach – Lesson 23 I can spell cvc words. Objective: To spell and write cvc words. (RF.K.2) Materials: water, bucket, paintbrush, sidewalk Procedures: Fill a bucket with water. If weather...

At the Beach – Lesson 2 – Shaving Cream Sight Words

Tactile writing in shaving cream is a fun way to practice new sight words. At the Beach – Lesson 2 I can read sight words. (play, this) Objective: To identify sight words: play, this. (RF.K.3) Materials: sight word cards, shaving cream, smooth surface...

Wild West – Lesson 2 – Painting Sight Words

Here is a “mess-free” way to finger paint the new sight words. Pioneer Days – Lesson 2 I can read sight words: one, two, all. Objective: To read sight words: one, too, all. (RF.K.3) Materials: Ziploc bag, poster paint, sight word cards Procedures:...

Pioneer Days – Lesson 2 – Sight Words

Wikki Stix are a fun tool to use to form words and these bendable sticks go along well with our Pioneer theme. You and your child might even want to explore candle-making together!   Pioneer Days – Lesson 2  I can read sight words: with, your, be Objective:...

Pioneer Days – Lesson 1- Sight Words

For the first lesson of Pioneer Days, your child will write the new sight words in cornmeal, the pioneers’ main food. Pioneer Days – Lesson 1 I can read sight words:  too, that, us Objective: To read sight words: too, that, us. (RF.K.3) Materials: tray,...