Our students are fun-loving, energetic, and eager to learn five, six and seven-year-olds, who attend school in an urban setting. We are focusing on reading and writing instruction so that all students are decoding and comprehending on grade level by the end of second grade.
Our school's motto is "Pride, Achieve, Excellence." This goes hand-in-hand with the chancellor's Excellence & Equity For All Initiative.
We believe that all students deserve an education that will allow them to be college and career ready.
Literacy centers are the busiest time during our literacy block! Students complete different hands-on activities to engage their mind and body in learning how to read. These Sight Word String Ups are the perfect center activity for little hands and minds. The four different types of string ups will also provide differentiation within the center so that each student's unique needs are met. Not only will this activity help our students to read sight words, but they will also help them to develop the fine motor skills needed for writing.
This project will make a difference for my students because it will incorporate a multi-sensory activity into our centers.
The most important way students learn, is through play. Help us use Sight Word String Ups to learn how to read!
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