Friday, May 13, 2011

Sight Word Sensory Box & Word Graph

Last week we finished Set 1 & Set 2 of the You Can Read sight word program from 1+1+1=1.
This week we concentrated on introducing the -at word family and reviewing the 8 sight words Captain Rex has learned so far.

The boys have been asking for a new sensory bin so I put together a Sight Word Sensory Bin.



I used printables from the You Can Read program to make the words for our sensory box. I love how Carisa used different fonts for each word to make it more challe







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11 comments:

  1. GREAT idea!!!! I am SO doing this with Krash soon!!!!

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  2. Hi.
    I'm stopping by from the Friday Hop to say hello.
    Have a great weekend!
    POSH
    http://poshonabudget.com/2011/05/join-me-in-the-friday-blog-hop.html

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  3. This is one sensory box I really like! (and might replicate!)

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  4. I LOVE the words graph in the sensory bin! I'm definitely going to use that idea!

    I saw you on Tots and Me and am a new follower. You have a great blog!

    Carla

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  5. What a fun way to learn! I homeschool and I've got another little one coming up to teach. I get to do the preschool stuff all over again and that will be lots of fun. =) I'm following from Finally Friday blog hop at Home Grown Families. Have a great weekend! =)

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  6. I LOVE this! Are those alphabet pasta in the bin? Did you color them yourself?

    We are really working hard on our sight words & reading too and this would be a wonderful and different way to review them. Thank you for sharing and for linking up this wonderful idea to the Sunday Showcase.

    Bernadette
    http://momto2poshlildivas.blogspot.com

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  7. What a fantastic way to teach sight words and graphing! Thanks for linking up to the Sunday Showcase!

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  8. A fabulous idea for young struggling readers (like my students). :)

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  9. WE love how you combined sensory play with a sight word activity. We included it in our Summer Reading sight word games @ theclassroomcreative. We hope it inspires others! Enjoy your summer, Karen & Nicolette

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  10. Thank you for sharing this, it is absolutely perfect!

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