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Sight Word Cut-and-Glue Sentences for Kindergarten and First Grade
Teacher Tam
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Your student(s) will enjoy unscrambling these sight word sentences! This set has over 110 Dolch sight words. It helps students practice sight words, punctuation, capitalization, and grammar. This set is just right for students in kindergarten and first grade.

This set of cut-and-glue sentences have over 110 Dolch sight words, such as I, see, it, a, do, that, one, two, red, yellow, pretty, which, friend, will, play, please, and many more! Students practice important fine motor skills. They learn sight words, punctuation and capitalization while reading full sentences. It makes a great addition to homeschool practice, or classroom literacy center or small group reading instruction. It can also be used as a whole group activity or laminated and placed in a pocket chart.  

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Most of my 17 years of experience were spent teaching pre-K and kindergarten. I also have experience teaching up to 3rd grade. I have used my love of reading to develop a set of 30 phonics-based beginning reading books for use in preschool-first grade. In addition, I have developed sets of reading games and math games that can be used in the classroom or as take-home activities and can be adjusted to address various skill levels. I also have a range of hands on, cut-and-glue materials which keep young students engaged. They have proven to be a success in my own classroom and at home with my 3 little ones. I am so excited to share them!

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