Christmas treats can help you make sight word activities a little more fun for your child this holiday season. These gingerbread man sight word flash cards would be a great addition to your home reading practice this time of year.
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Gingerbread Man Sight Word Flash Cards
These printable sight words feature a cute gingerbread man theme that is perfect for Christmas.
What Is Included
This printable includes flash cards for all of the traditional Dolch sight words. There are four to a page.
- 40 Pre-Primer Words
- 52 Primer Words
- 41 First Grade Words
- 46 Second Grade Words
- 41 Third Grade Words
- 95 Nouns
You also receive a full page header for each of the six groups.
What You Will Need
- Printer paper
- Another option is card stock paper if you would like them to be a little sturdier
- You could also use a small paper cutter if you would like to cut the cards out faster
- If you would like to make the flash cards even sturdier, you could glue them to construction paper after you cut them out.
- If you would like to make them REALLY sturdy so they will last longer, you could laminate them using laminating pouches and a laminator
How to Prepare the Flash Cards
Print out the pages of flash cards on printer paper or card stock paper.
Use scissors or a paper cutter to cut them out. You can print out every page or only the ones you need at the moment.
Glue them to construction paper and/or laminate. Again, this is completely up to you.
How to Use the Sight Word Flash Cards
Most of us have used flash cards at some point in our education. What you may not realize is that there are different ways to use them.
Traditional Flash Card Use
When most people think of flash cards they think of the traditional use. And this is a great way to use them with your child. Choose the words that your child is working on. Show your child a flash card and ask them to read the word.
There are four flash cards to a page, making them a little larger than your typical flash cards. If you have room in your home, you can hang the ones you are working on with your child on the wall.
Choose the words that your child is working on. Print out and prepare TWO SETS of the words. Play a memory game with your child, where they try to find the matching words.
If your child has been working on this skill, have them put words of your choosing in alphabetical order.