Monday, October 15, 2012

Sight Words Game - Fall Freebie!

Hi, Teaching Friends!

I'm sure your classrooms are buzzing with all the excitement of fall  October, oh, let's be honest -Halloween. The kiddos sure do love this holiday, don't they? I'm not sure whether it's the fun of playing dress-up or the anticipation of all that candy!

Let's channel that excitement into some literacy learning today with this set of fall-themed literacy games. The games focus on early sight words and rhyming. The sight words featured are and, big, can, for, go, is, like, look, the, to, we, and you. The set includes word cards for each of the words and two partner games for reinforcing the words. There's also a "word hunt" game that will have your little learners looking for the words but also using speaking and listening skills to describe autumn pictures. The hunt game has 6 cards, so it will be perfect for small groups. Speech and language teachers will find this game useful, too. Rounding out the set is "Bat in a Hat", a rhyming game with captioned picture cards.

As usual with my items, you'll find lots of pumpkins and fall fun here, but no scary images.

Here's a sample from the game pack for you to enjoy with your students!

Happy Teaching!

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  1. Thanks for the freebie! My kids will love it!


  2. You're welcome, Sarah! So glad to hear that it wil be useful for you!


  3. Love the game. Easy, useful, a good center activity. Nice to find you! Kathleen
    Kidpeople Classroom

    1. Glad it's useful for you, Kathleen! I just visited your blog - love your cute kids' stories idea! Must write a post and link up!
      Thanks for leaving a comment!

  4. Hi! Thank you so much for this! Would it be okay for me to include this in a round-up blog post I am working on that is specifically about learning sight words with leaf activities? (Permission to link to your site and possibly use one of the images to show your activity?) I would be so honored, and of course I would leave a link to this page giving you credit to tell people where it came from! :)

    1. I forgot to mention my blog! It's at (all about tools for beginning readers and literacy) :)


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