Last month, I shared some Level 1 Sight Word Sentence Cards and today, I’m sharing my Level 2 Sight Word Sentence Cards for subscribers only!
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Level 2 Sight Word Sentence Cards
These level 2 cards come directly from my printable sight word lists, which combines words from the Dolch P list Fry’s first 100 word list.
Just like our level 1 sight word cards, the level 2 cards include the sight word and a sentence below, featuring the sight word. The words included in the sentences are either: Level 1 sight words, Level 2 sight words, CVC words, CVCC/CCVC words, or words that can be figured out with support from the image.
Place the cards in a clip ring and put at a center or near your child’s work area at home. Learners can read the sentences
or spell the words with things like magnetic letters, letter stamps, Wikki Stix, playdough, or letter tiles to add a hands-on component.
They can even be combined with level 1 word cards!
Also check out our Sight Word Games App!
For more mutli-sensory ways to learn sight words, you might also like:
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Thanks for sharing all these wonderful resources. Even I’m making my own Chinese homeschooling materials and resources, but I’m glad I can use yours for my English resources too. I think both of them together makes my “school time” very close to perfect! Thanks!
Sounds awesome! 🙂
These are great! Will you be doing cards for each level? I have a second grader that could sure use them! Thanks!
Yes, I will.
I love these. I can’t wait to use them in the class. Visiting your site gets me all excited for work and all the fun learning activities you come up with. The possibilities are endless. Thank goodness you are SSSSOOOOOO creative.
Thank you! 🙂 Such a sweet comment to find today.
Crystal & PJ says
I was looking for an across the board (speech, sentence structure, spelling,ect) activity for my son PJ when I happened upon your great post here. I also pinned it. Now I’m a fairly new blogger and had a Pinterest board for less than a week but..my pin of this printable went everywhere!! Thank you for providing such a quality fun opportunity to our little family!!
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Can you please make Level 3? My kids love these and we use them for bingo! 🙂
It’s coming soon! 🙂
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William Good says
Hi there. First of all, I have loved everything I have seen on your site. I loved the sight word sentence cards–such an awesome idea to have the words in context. Brilliant! I was wondering if you would consider making the border part of your sight word sentence cards editable so that I may choose the borders I need for the words as I need them to follow our kindergarten word sets. Thanks for considering.
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Stacy Lynn Herbert White says
Thank you so much for sharing such amazing resources with us. In a world that gouges teachers when they are trying to find the best materials for their students, it’s encouraging and refreshing to come across someone like you who shares their talents so generously.
Thank you again. God bless you and your family as you learn together.
You are so welcome! I thoroughly enjoy creating and sharing. 🙂
Carlene Ingram says
I love all your creative work! How do I get to the Sight Word Games apps? I have looked in the apple store,I don’t see it! HELP!
Thanks for your interest in our app! Here’s the link on iTunes -> https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sight-word-games/id1151585389?ls=1&mt=8
Thankyou very much.. so cute and very usefull for my student..❤️