Looking for a way to get your students to master high frequency words?
Look no farther because these four digital games will help any child master the Fry Sight Words First 100 high frequency words. The 1st 100 Fry sight words are broken into 4 list. Each Guess What digital game features a list.
In addition to getting four digital games that will serve for both face to face classroom teaching but also distance online learning, your students will benefit from the accountability that is also included with these games.
You get four checklists featuring each fry sight word list. This is PERFECT for peer-to-peer ACCOUNTABILITY towards MASTERY. In addition, you will get a printable data tracking worksheet for children to SELF MONITOR their mastery of each of these lists.
This product includes:
- A link to Fry Sight Words 1st 100 List 1 online mp4 file
- A link to Fry Sight Words 1st 100 List 2 online mp4 file
- A link to Fry Sight Words 1st 100 List 3 online mp4 file
- A link to Fry Sight Words 1st 100 List 4 online mp4 file
- 4 Printable Fry Sight Word Checklists with 3 attempts towards mastery
- Printable Data Tracking Sheet for Fry Sight Words 1st 100 words
- The video also includes directions
Research states that majority of all printed text is composed of Fry's 1000 sight words. The Fry Sight Words should be mastered by the end of elementary school. The first 100 words should be mastered by first grade while the second 100 words is mastered in second grade. In upper grades, the third 100 words should be mastered in third grade while the remaining 700 words are mastered in fourth and fifth grade.
Please note that these are digital on-screen games. It is a video file that you simply allow your students to watch via YouTube. You may pause the video at any time to accommodate for your students.
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