Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Working on Those Tricky Sight Words? Try This!

Can you believe how many early sight words start with either t- or w-??

It's got to be overwhelming to our little literacy learners, especially the strugglers. There are just so many of those words that I sometimes think that section of the word wall is just a blur for some of them.

You've got to have a big arsenal of options, because we all know that what works for one child might not work for another.

I hope that using this easy prep Easter basket puzzle in a literacy center might help some of them out! Just print and cut, and your students will be ready to practice 17 t- and w- sight words!

Click here or on the picture to download your copy.

Looking for more sight word activities for your classroom? Try this game set!

Happy Teaching!



  1. Thank you so much for your freebies!
    wendy 1stgradefireworks@gmail.com

    1. You're most welcome, Wendy! I hope they'll help make your spring planning a bit easier!


  2. Thank you for the 10 days of sharing. How very creative...and generous!

  3. You're welcome, Angie! It was fun to do, and kind comments like the ones you've been leaving make it even more so! :)



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