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Now that my daughters can read, learning has become so exciting! They are excited to read just about anything–books, signs and building while we are driving and even my text messages while hovering over my shoulder. There are few things children need to learn before becoming great readers. I have used phonics exercises, structured curriculum and sight words to help my daughters learn to read.
I don’t use many flashcards in my homeschool lessons and chose to limit our flashcard use when learning sight words. Children should have fun while learning and any time I can get a little creative when presenting a subject to my children, I add some fun into the lesson.
5 Creative Ways to Teach Sight Words
I recently wrote 5 Creative Ways to Teach Sight Words for my friends over at Educents.
- Jump and Say Game
- Sight Word Puzzles
- Word Matching with Popsicle Sicks
- Word Towers with Blocks/LEGOs
- Shaving Cream Writing
Click here to read the original post and find out more about these ideas!