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Sight Words make up a large amount of the words we read every day. I know that for my students to become successful readers, they need to build up their sight word recognition and fluency. With these Sight Word Sentence Sorters kids not only read sight words, but write them too! But, the best part is that this resource pack comes with activities to help build sight word fluency all year long!
Sight Word Sentence Sorters
Practicing sight words is something we work on constantly! Because of this, we need lots of activities and resources to keep our learning fresh and fun. These cut and glue sentences are perfect for beginning readers and writers as they work on reading and developing beginning sentence structure.
The sentence sorters are perfect for a writing center, small group, or whole group reading and writing practice. And, they are low-prep! Just print and make sure your kids have scissors, glue, crayons, and a pencil. You could literally download this resource Sunday night and be ready to use it Monday morning!
This Sight Word Sentence Sorters bundle includes 10 separate themed packs with over 200 pages of sentence sorting fun. That means we’ve got you covered for the whole year!
The packs are themed to correlate with seasonal topics for different times of the year. There are a variety of themed sentences to keep your kiddos engaged and wanting more.
Each page contains a simple sentence using high frequency words from the Dolch pre-primer and primer lists, along with a picture word.
Cut, Sort, Glue, and Write!
I like to give these Sight Word Sentence Sorters to my kids each week, and after a few, they know the routine. Before I know it, they are able to complete them independently!
First, the kids cut out the words on the bottom of the page. Then, they sort them into a sentence. This is great for practicing their fluency, as they aren’t copying a sentence but really having to form one on their own. (If needed, you could do this step together.)
Teacher Tip: Remind students to use their knowledge of capitals at the beginning of sentences and punctuation at the end.
After sorting and gluing the sentence down – it’s time to write. I know my kids can always use practice with their handwriting, and this provides a great opportunity for that.
Finally, (this may be my kids’ favorite part) it’s time to color! Sometimes we color first and sometimes we wait until we complete our sentences. Coloring is often overlooked or seen as “not valuable” – but it truly is engaging for kids and builds important fine motor skills along with the cutting and writing!
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