My Sight Word Journal: 1st 100 Fry Words

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Trace, Cut Out, And Spell The First 100 Fry Words

So much opportunity to internalize the spelling of the first 100 Fry sight words, both in context and in isolation! Students get plenty of space to trace, write, discern, cut out, and use sight words in this interactive format. Pages include fluency checks for words and phrases for progress monitoring. The back cover shows six more fun ways to practice sight words. A perfect take-home book for practice and formative assessment.

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Read common high-frequency words by sight.
Grade Level:
Grades: K-1
Details:
  • 12 softcover journals
    Size: 8½" by 11"
    112 pages each

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EXCELLENT!

They are BETTER than what I expected! I teach 2nd grade but I used this for my lower leveled students. It comes 12 in a pack and I didn't need all of the books so I gave some to my RTI (intervention) teacher and she LOVED THEM! All of her students are below level and this is perfect she said. The students easily use them and are truly learning from them. Before it was hard for them to remember the words but this keeps all of the words they have learned together in one book so they can review them whenever they need to. Well worth the money. They would be excellent for a full class of K or 1st grade students.
2/13/2016
By Lynda C. from , KY
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