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Sight Words to Sentences FLEX Class Part 1
Super Spellers: Sight Words 101- 200
In this engaging class, learners will have fun and increase their reading fluency by learning sight words in a sensory approach through building words, singing, reading, writing, drawing, and playing games!
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30 minutes per class
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Do you want to help your learner increase their reading fluency? I am here to help! At the beginning of each class, learners will be introduced to the sight word that we are studying. Learners can build the word using play dough, building bricks, magnetic letters, or letter tiles. Then, we will have some spelling practice by tapping out the word using our fingers or Pop Its. After that, learners will be able to color and write the sight word we are studying. We will sing or chant to...
Learners will increase their reading fluency and confidence. Learners will word recognition. Learners will develop their vocabulary. Learners will increase their oral reading speed. Learners will understand how to read, spell, and write the most common English words.
Optional Homework: Read the reader out loud to a stuffed animal, pet, friend, or family member.
I will provide a 4 page handout before each class which will include a variety of activities for reading, writing, spelling, and drawing. Learners may bring coloring supplies and a pencil or pen. Learners may bring: Play Dough Magnetic Letters Letter Tiles Building Bricks Pop It fidget toy (any brand or color, with at least 5 bubbles in a straight line)
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Play Dough may contain ingredients that learners may have an allergy to, such as gluten. If you have an allergy, you can always make you own. 2 cups of corn starch and 1 cup of hair conditioner makes a fun play dough alternative.
M. Ed., TEFL, TESOL
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
417 total reviews
486 completed classes
Hello! I am Kristen Galloway. I am a curious life long learner, and I want to share my love of learning with others! I am passionate about making learning fun, engaging, and relevant. I want to meet each child where they are developmentally and be...