For Monday Motivation this week I want to share a simple, cheap, and effective strategy for practicing sight words. The key word here is effective (and let's be honest, cheap and simple are great, too). I like to call this game Sight Word Scratch.
Knowing how to read sight words helps kids to read more fluently and better understand what they are reading. Kids learn many sight words just by being exposed to them during shared reading, but there are those tricky ones that need some extra practice. To make memorizing sight words more fun we like to play games!
Fun and engaging phonics partner games that help students practice decoding two-syllable words and read sentences with two-syllable words. These partner games are designed to give students extra practice decoding compound and multisyllabic words and are perfect for second graders or third graders who need extra practice. Games include word-reading and sentence-reading and move from simple compound words to more complex multi-syllabic decoding. #phonics #decoding #twosyllablewords
My eldest son is almost finished with Kindergarten…. I can hardly believe it!! He is growing up way to fast… we recently sat down with his teacher and she shared that he is not keeping up with the class in his reading. We know this has been an area of struggle for him, and weren’tContinue Reading