Just in time for Back to School and the Back to School TpT sale, I have finished my Pre-Primer Centers. These go along with my Kindergarten Sight Word units on TpT and are a fun way to have the kids use the sight words in ways that build visual discrimination skills, as well as reading and handwriting skills.
Core Words are lists A-G
Pre-Primer are lists 1-8
Primer are lists 9-18
My sight word program fits into one school year and lets you take much needed breaks so that you can review. Needless to say, we teachers never get everything we want done in a week, so what is nice is to be able to go back and reteach the words with different activities. Each list has 6 centers, which is not doable in a week, but does give you the option to pick and choose what you want to use so that the kids stay engaged. Here the 6 types of centers:
1. Picture Match: students will match the picture to the word, color the word that matches the card, and write the word on the line.
2. Read and Write: Students will read the sentence aloud to their group and write the sentence to match. The last sentence will be written by copying the sentence card.
4. Color Match: Students will match the color to the word and color their sheet.
My center units are companions to my Sight Word units. Take a look at them on TpT. I know that once you start using them, your Kinders will be reading!