There are 20 pages of color by sight words worksheets in Summer Color by Code-Sight Words Third Grade. These pages are fun and effective way to reinforce all of the third grade Dolch Sight Words with safari, pirate, ocean and summer theme. First Grade | First Grade Grade Worksheets | Second Grade | Second Grade Worksheets | Third Grade | Third Grade Worksheets |Coloring Pages | Color by Code | Color by Sight Words | Homework | Morning Work | Summer
Fluency and Fitness® is such a great way to get your kindergarten and first grade students moving, while practicing phonics and blending activities! My students LOVE completing these digital task card activities for practice with consonant blends! These ready-to-use digital resources offer such a fun, interactive multi-sensory education! My students can’t get enough!
Ladybug Editable Sight Word Puzzles is the perfect addition to your literacy centers this spring. This free printable can easily be differentiated to fit the needs of all of your students. It is perfect for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade students. #teacher #teacherspayteachers ##teachersfollowteachers #freebie #freeprintable
Sight Word Activities (Primer). There are 52 pages of sight word primer in this packet. Students use a variety of skills with each practice page. They will learn to identify, read and write. This packet is perfect for kindergarten students who are learning the sight words.
There are 20 pages of color by sight words worksheets in this resource. These pages are fun and effective way to reinforce all of the pre-primer Dolch Sight Words with safari, pirate, ocean and summer theme. These pages are perfect for pre-k, kindergarten or first grade students. Pre- K | Kindergarten | Kindergarten Worksheets | First Grade | First Grade Worksheets | Coloring Pages | Color by Code | Color by Sight Words | Homework | Morning Work | Worksheets | Summer Color by Code
These Alphabet Dot-to-Dot Worksheets & Letter Tracing Booklet (for both uppercase and lowercase) can help PreK & Kindergarten students learn their letters. You can use them with paper and pencil or make laminated cards to use with dry erase markers at a literacy center. These activities are great for early literacy development, fine motor skills, and learning beginning sounds.