Kindergarten Sight Word Sentences & Games Guided Reading Levels A & B {Digital}

Kindergarten Sight Word Sentences & Games Guided Reading Levels A & B {Digital}

It can be used to teach PreK-First, Homeschool students.

Includes: PDF, 185 pages printable pages and also in Google Slides

These Sight Word Sentences are and Games designed to help young children develop confidence in their early literacy skills. You will receive high-quality picture support. Each page is only given one sight word.

This resource can be used in kindergarten and at the beginning of the first grade.

These options offer flexibility for distance learning and/or classroom settings:

1) Link to a document Google Slides

2)A link to a PDF document with the following: JPEG imageEach page

3)Ready to be used with Use TpT to Easel™ (the new TpT Digital Tool).

4)Printable, for a traditional PDF

The 55 key words included in this pack include:I, like, my.

This resource includes:

★Sight Word Sentences in full color

★These Sight Word Sentences in black and/or white are easy to print

★ A parent information letter

★ A Reading Comprehension Game

★Roll, Read, and Write

★You can also download the PDF as a printable document. Use TpT to EaselThe TpT Digital Tool is now available

You can view samples of each activity in the resource preview.

These resources are great for small groups, whole classes, and/or distance education because of their supportive nature.

The printable activities can be used as paper or pencil activities. Easel is a digital tool that allows you to send selected pages to students via Google Classroom.

As students read the Sightword Sentences, I encourage them to color in a star every time they turn the page. You can do this with paper and pencil or using the Easel digital tool (the TpT digital tool).

Easel Activities allows students to highlight the main sight word on each page. I recommend using either yellow or blue.

Students can master the sight words by reading these passages repeatedly, which helps them to improve their reading fluency.

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Information about the Reading Comprehension Games

Each sight word in the set is represented by two sentence cards and two matching photo cards. Instructions are provided for seven reading comprehension games.

These games are ideal to give to subs, to home learning activities or to help parent volunteers. You are ready to go! Just cut the cards and have fun!

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These Student Outcomes are supported by the Common Core Standards and related Common Core Standards.

• Students will demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print (RF.K.1).

• Students will follow words from left to right, top to bottom, and page by page (RF.K.1.A).

• Students will read common high-frequency words by sight (RF.K.3.C).

• Students will read emergent-reader texts with purpose and understanding (RF.K.4).

The Second set of sight word sentencesAvailable now Click here to take a look. Here.

Thank you for visiting! Anne Gardner (NBCT, Literacy)

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Also available:

With Comprehension Games, Decodable Short Vowel Poems

Very First Reading Comprehension Pasages: Guided reading Level C

Reading Comprehension Passages to Guided Reading Level D

* This printable PDF, and the Digital Version, are both available immediately upon purchase. *

Common Core Connection was formerly known as Anne Gardner

Kindergarten Sight Word Sentences & Games Guided Reading Levels A & B {Digital}

Standard

CCSSRF.1.4

To support comprehension, you must read fluently and with sufficient accuracy.

CCSSRF.1.1

Demonstrate knowledge of the organization, basic features and uses of print.

CCSSRF.K.4

You can read common high-frequency words visually (e.g., “the, of”, to, you, she,” “my, is”, are, do, does”).

CCSSRF.K.3c

Common high-frequency words can be read by sight (e.g. the, of, to you, she, do, does),

CCSSRF.K.1a

This resource contains an interactive activity that students can use on any device. You can use Easel from TpT for free! Learn more.

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