Sight Word Magnets

Young children are fascinated with magnets.  A few years ago a mother (thank you Sue!) made sight word magnets for us to use in the classroom and the kids love them.  They can put their thoughts together in any combination of words that they like and then do it again and again and again.  Each time they think of a new sentence they add more words and are so proud of themselves. All you need to make sight word magnets for your own child is:

Just print out the sight words, cover them with clear contact paper, cut them apart and attach sticky magnetic tape to the back. Give these sight word magnets to your child and watch the fun begin.

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Filed under Beginning Readers, First Grade, Improving Reading Skills, Kindergarten, Reading

One response to “Sight Word Magnets

  1. Thanks for the link to my site. We’ve moved. Please change the link to
    http://www.gate.net/~labooks/whydolchwords.html#lists
    The redirect from the old site stops in November 2013.

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