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Little Red Tool Box: High-Frequency Word Tiles: Sight-Word Super Set
Research shows that tactile learning experiences with literacy manipulatives sets the stage for reading success.One of the keys to reading success is fluency. Children build fluency by quickly recognizing the 220 dolch list words. Hands-on learning with these words builds vocabulary, word recognition, and fluency for primary readers. These tiles are great to use in conjunction with any core reading program. And they are perfect for whole-class, small group or learning centers! Use a child centered, interactive approach with the 32-page teaching guide packed with complete how-tos PLUS dozens of activities and word-building reproducibles. Supports the No Child Left Behind and Reading First initiatives.
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Sight Word Tiles make reading a Hands On ActivityNov 14, 2012
Our children are enjoying these sight word tiles this year to learn their sight words for Kindergarten and First Grade. We are using them on our refrigerator and add a few new sight words each week as they learn them. They look forward to us revealing the new words. They're a nice size, bright, and easy to read print. I gave them a 4-star as they smell bad when you first open the box - a chemical type of out-gassing smell. Otherwise, they work great, and having something to manipulate seems to help our children learn the words faster. It's a good selection of words that matches what our children are learning at school.