Sight Words by Phonics Skill – Whiny A High Frequency Words
Did you know that most high frequency words (or sight words) can be decoded? So why not learn them by phonic skills? This is a set of Floss Rule such as off, will, and miss with everything your students need to be successful to read and write them!
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This is a single set of our Sight Words by Phonics Skills sets. Each set is focused on one spelling pattern or generalization/rule. Teach your students the pattern or rule and then watch them decode ALL the high-frequency words with that pattern.
Each pattern includes a separate 70+ page file with these resources:
- Parent letter explaining the pattern and lists the words.
- Poster for the spelling rule or generalization or pattern.
- Word Lists in 3 different sizes and in color and black and white. These include the main rule for that group of words.
- Decoding Cards with how to map them on the back in two sizes – one for class and one to send home.
- Word Mapping Printables
- Half page printable where students can circle the patterns and/or highlight the consonants and vowels different colors.
- Fun printables like rainbow coloring, spin and write, cut and glue, search and find, color by code, and more.
- Sentence printables where students will fill in the decodable sentences and another where they write their own.
- Cut and Color words for all of the words in fun patterns on the list.
- Two foldable books that review the words, the pattern, and a quick fun activity. These books fold into fourths.
- One half page book filled with activities for the group of words including mapping, the reviewing the rule, and checking off the word once they know it.
- Pocket chart cards in full size for your wall and in mini size so students can have a set.
- Assessment pages with the rule and without. We also include a key with words and sentences to dictate.
Some lists include challenge words that will stretch what your students can do.
For example in our Open Syllable set there is the word she. If your students have not learned the SH sound yet they could put a ❤️ HEART over it so you can tell them it’s a skill that is coming but for now they just have to know it by heart. This is a great way to work heart words into these units.
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