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Saturday, February 22, 2014

Stamping Sight Words

Alphabet stamps are a fun addition to any word work station. My students love to use them to practice building and reading their words. One of their favorites is stamping sight words in these little booklets.


These booklets help my students be successful in reading because they are predictable sentences with lots of visual clues to help them decode unknown words. They focus on one sight word per book, but they are full of other sight words we have learned along the way!


I store the alphabet stamps in little ice cube trays to keep them organized!


I also added a little alphabet sticker inside the trays to help my students put the stamps back in the correct spot.


They love it and I love it!

To download a free sample mini book, you can visit my TpT store
This book, We Can Do A Lot, is there for free. Just print, cut along the dashed lines and staple together!

Stop by my blog to see more fun stamping ideas!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the Freebie! It opened my eyes to the many other great books you have! These look perfect for my kiddos!

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