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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: Place a thin layer of poster paint inside a Ziploc bag and seal it tightly. Tell your child she is going to learn three new sight words. Display the sight word “too” and read it to your child. Have your child trace “too” on the card with her finger. Then she will copy the word by writing it on the Ziploc bag. As she presses with her finger, the letters will appear with no mess! Have her say each letter and then the word. Repeat several times and then do the same exercise with the other two words.

Conclusion: Have your child read the three new sight words again and use them in a sentence.


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