I have been trying to include as many hands on activities as I can for learning sight words. The more my little guys gets his hands on, the more the words stick. These Read and Trace flashcards have been a great way to review. The front side is a simple printed word. The reverse side is the same word in a dashed font for him to trace. We like to use a wet erase maker (vis-a-vis) for tracing. Here’s a few pictures so you know what this download will look like. These are the sight words that are used for our Kindergarten Curriculum although they are pretty uniform across the board. I hope they are a great support to your studies with your little ones. –>Download Here<–
Here are the flashcards fresh after lamination! This is the front side.
Here is the reverse side with the same words, only traceable.
After cutting mine out I like to hole punch them and put them on a metal ring. It keeps them together, and adds an easy flip format when we are doing review.
For tracing, the metal ring easily opens to remove the cards we need.
If you want to take a look at more ideas for hands on learning, check out our new Category –>H.O.L.A. (Hands On Language Arts). <–You’ll find a growing collection of ideas in this category for making phonics, spelling, and grammar rules fun! Here is the link for the flashcards. Just click the image below.
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