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Mix it, Fix it Sight Word Activites and Printables (Dolch)
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This dolch sight word hands-on differentiated literacy center engages students and gets them excited about learning their high frequency words!
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This dolch sight word hands-on differentiated literacy center engages students and gets them excited about learning their high frequency words!

* This resource has been updated and includes over 100 words as of October 2013 The organization has changed also. Now the mats are color coded Pre-Primer, Primer and First Grade. Use only what you need.

This Mix It, Fix It Activities Pack includes over 100 dolch words from the pre-primer, primer and first grade lists. 
*Copy, laminate or insert into a sheet protector, the full color mats. Each board is numbered for easy tracking Students will be able to practice "fixing" the word using letter cards, letter stamps, magnets (not included), dry erase makers. Then they write the word they just fixed. Learning while having fun! 

Using these activities included students will practice: 
** Reading sight words. 
** Follow words from left to right
** Reinforce phonics and word recognition 
** Practice Beginning and Ending Sounds for words. 



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I have been teaching in public schools for the last 14 years.  I began teaching general education and saw how students with special needs touched my heart more.  Wanting to focus my time to help the struggling student succeed, I began to teach special education. I have since switched to teach special education self-contained and also students who are homeschooled with various needs.  

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