EZread™ Dolch Sight Word Puzzles: Primer

Item: 306335

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Item #:  306335
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Utilize Puzzles To Help Students Read And Spell Common Words

Students require many repetitions of reading sight words to gain automaticity. These two- to six-piece Dolch Primer Word puzzles enable students to practice reading and spelling all these words. The number of pieces corresponds to the number of letters in the word. Each puzzle is numbered on back for easy management.

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Read common high-frequency words by sight.
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Grades: K-2
  • 52 puzzles
    Size of pieces: 1¼" by 2½" each

  • 1 box
    Size: 8" by 10"

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2 Stars

Dolch sight word puzzles

Nice idea. I had hoped it would be like other "word" puzzles I use in which the pieces can be put together only one way. These all have the same cut. I took the words apart and put each (or two or three of different colors) in a plastic bag. Took a lot of time. This way the children could take a bag and put the letter together to make a word. Took too much time to prepare this. If anyone can tell me a better way to use this, let me know. Find a different puzzle with a more efficient way of using.
By Dog lady from , NM
5 Stars

Great product!

My students absolutely love the sight words puzzles. I organized mine into snack-sized ziplock bags with 4-5 puzzles per bag. My students pick a bag and create the puzzles. While doing this activity they are very engaged and are having fun while still learning. My only con, which is not a result of the product, is that my students sometimes get the pieces mixed up and then I have to dig through all the baggies to sort out the words. Otherwise, this is an excellent activity to get your young readers practicing their sight words.
By Mr. R from , NC