Emily has really been showing an interest, well more like desire to learn how to read. I have noticed that she is able to read a handful of words so I thought that it would be exciting for her to have a collection of all of the words she knew.
I got a pack of plain index cards without lines and a binder ring. Then I wrote each word that she was able to read, without my help on an index card. I hole punched the side and added them to the ring. Emily’s favorite part was the cover and off course showing anyone that would listen to her how she should read all these words.
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That's a really great idea. Thanks for sharing!
I love the way you underlined "read" on the cover card!
I bet she is very proud that she can read those words.
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I bet she is now seeing and reading those words everywhere she sees them.
What a great motivator tool. Sounds like she is super proud of her special sight word ring.
What a great idea.. I'm going to have to try that with my daughter. She is getting really good at a bunch of her sight words, this would help her along! Thanks for sharing!
Ive started teaching Connor sight words and this idea is perfect Michelle!! I will definitely be doing this with Connor, thanks!
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Great idea! We did something similar for Selena but ours were posted on the wall as she learned them last year. Now that she is learning harder words I should consider something like this.
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