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First 100 High Frequency Word List Precursive

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Journey into Reading {88 Sight Word Printables}

Your kindergarten students will learn their words in no time as they read, write, clap, color, trace, spell, find and tell! This set contains 88 high-frequency words.

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Feed The Turkey High Frequency Words

Continuing our early reading series I decided to create a Feed The Turkey High Frequency Words activity. This would aid Adams knowledge of sight words.

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Tired of flashcards? Here are some creative (and effective) ways to teach sight words (or dolch, high-frequency, fry, etc.). Love the hands on sensory activities!


Zap It...a game I learned in grad school. Put high frequency words on sticks (these are foam sticks) and write zap it on a few sticks. The kids pull sticks from a container and read the words. If someone gets Zap It, all of the sticks go back in the bin. Great word work #daily5. You could also do letters and numbers.

I love this DIY word making station! Purposeful Play in K: Phonemic Awareness & Word Work


Have students work in pairs to complete this fun worksheet. Have each student choose a different colored crayon for this activity. The first student rolls a die and if he/she can read one of the words in that column he/she can color the word. Continue until all high frequency words are colored. The student who reads and colors the most words is the winner! I have included a dice pattern that you can copy on heavy paper to make your own dice for students to use...or you can use regular…

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Sight Word Practice Pages

A great way for students to practice their sight words and high frequency words. Students get repetition with these words and all the pages can be bound into a book for future reference.


Zap it! High Frequency Word Game.. would be great for literacy centers!