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SIGHT WORDS - FRY'S Second Hundred - Flashcards/Task Cards/Sentences/Tags + Games

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SIGHT WORDS - FRY'S Second Hundred - Flashcards/Task Cards/Sentences/Tags + Games

The second hundred of FRY'S SIGHT WORDS builds on the first hundred and comprises part of a balanced literacy program, complementing systematic phonics instruction.  This bundle provides whole class, individual and small group activities that will lead to mastery.

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Learning-solutions, Education Consultant

I am a semi-retired primary teacher with a degree and experience in Learning Support.  During my 30 odd years teaching I was a classroom teacher, principal, guidance officer and learning support teacher.  I have had straight grades and multi-age classes in towns and communities all over Queensland.  My passion is differentiation and supporting all learners.

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    This bundle contains:
    --- 100 Word Cards (9 to an A4 page - 12 pages)
    --- 100 Tags ( 25 to a page - 4 pages))
    --- Small Cards (1 page)
    --- 50 Task Card Sentences (50 pages)
    --- Individual Record (2 pages)
    --- Class Overviews (4 pages)
    --- Games
    WORD BINGO (4 sets)
    Blank Climb and Slide Board Game for individualisation
    Blank Race Day Board Game for individualisation
    Blank Wordo Board for individualisation

    This bundle includes all the products I have used on and off over the years when I have been involved in early literacy. I have dressed them up and expanded them to suit whole class teaching as well as intervention. These days I am semi-retired but I still specialise in learning difficulties, so the bundle is big to cater for a wide range of applications.

    I administer the individual record one-on-one and this identifies the skill deficits I need to target. The blank board games are included because I find they work very well, especially when I can involve parents to play between intervention sessions. Adding them to a Literacy Centre would also work. I have added the Overviews because it will make it easier to collate the results and identify ability groups and target words.

    The small cards (100 to a page) are the child's individual record of what they know. They keep their own record this way and it can be quite motivating to see the page fill up.

    The Sentences can be added to a Literacy Centre or you could use them in Intervention like I do. They provide the transition between a known sight word and writing. Retrieving the word from memory is the first step. Being able to write it is the second. Each line in the Task Card is graduated in difficulty, but the previous line provides the scaffolding that some students need to learn to write the word. I prefer using sentences rather than single words. The cards are multi-sensory involving cutting, pasting, reading and writing.

    This bundle is all you should need to get started with sight words at this level. My Starter Bundle of the words 1 to 100 is free in my store and you may need it if you have to cater for a wider range of ability than this second bundle.

    You could add the Word Bingo Games to a Literacy Centre, or include them in Reading Groups. They are in black and white, but I would add a bit of colour prior to laminating to jazz them up. They will last for years. I have made extra boards so you can play with a whole class in groups for consolidation.

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