This resource was created for use with Google Slides™️. It comes Google-ready and is perfect for use with Google Classroom™️, Gmail and/or Google Drive™️.
Each activity set is focused on ONE sight word. Students are taken through the process of learning and practicing the sight word.
Every single sight word in this set follows this consistent pattern so that students can focus on learning the sight word and not on new activities/directions.
Please do not purchase this if you want 100 *different* sight word lessons. The activities are consistent for a reason – it benefits the students when they can focus on the new word being learned and not the activity.
This essential sight word resource is perfect for distance learning, tutoring, digital sight word centers, paperless sight word assignments, and more.
There are 8 slides PER sight word. The 8 slides come in one Google Slides™️ file. Within the 8 slides, students will:
- Read the word (Option: Have the word read to them by clicking the sound icon.)
- Say the word aloud three times while looking at the word.
- Spell the word (Option: Have the letters dictated to them by clicking the sound icon)
- Spell the word aloud three times while looking at the word.
- Sort the letters in the word by vowels and consonants. (Drag and drop the letters into the t-chart)
- Identify the word among other words that look and/or sound the same.
- Fill in the missing letters to complete the word.
- Build the word. (Drag and drop the letters into blank letter boxes in the right order.)
- Identify the word in an an-to-read sentence that includes picture clues.
- Read the sentence mentioned above three times. (Option: have the sentence read aloud by clicking the sound icon; Includes motivating “feeding” of pets each time you read.”
- Type the word. (Then, students drag away the image to reveal the word and check their answer.)
- Finally, students choose a “digital sticker” to give themselves for learning a new sight word.
Accessing the slides has never been easier! Download the PDF that includes instructions, video tutorials AND links.
- Some school districts block audio files they do not own. If you’ve had trouble with audio on other Google resources, there is a chance that the audio on this resource will not work for you. Please consider this before purchasing as there is nothing I can do to change your district’s settings regarding the matter.
- The directions are not read to students. (Instead they are portrayed with words and pictures.) The sight words, spelling the sight word letter-by-letter, and the “readable sentences” that contain the sight word are read to students. Audio is played when students press the audio icon.
This resource can be fully used without audio, but I do believe that the audio enhances the learning if a parent/teacher/peer is not present with the student.
- The resource is meant to be used in “edit” mode so that students can drag-and-drop pieces as well as type in the boxes. However, if the resource is using the Google Slides™️ app and not a web browser, it must be in the “present” mode in order to play the audio. After listening to the audio, (if needed), students switch back to “edit” mode to interact with the resource. (Video tutorial is included)
- I recorded the audio myself. I live in Southern California. The way I pronounce words might be different than the way you pronounce words, so please keep that in mind!
(This list Fry’s 1st 100 sight words in alphabetical order.)
Please view the preview video to see and hear this resource in action!
I have attempted this, however, I am unable to provide the prerecorded audio in Seesaw. Therefore, unless this issue is able to be resolved,
This resource is not currently self-grading since it is interactive through Google Slides.