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Parents: Please help your child. The goal is to have your child be able to recognize the words
quickly in books reading them in a snap without pausing or having to sound them out, and be able
to write and spell the words from memory when they are writing stories or messages.
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Use yarn or string to form your words.
Read a story. See how many times you can find your words.
Print your words with your fingers five or more times in salt, flour, or sugar.
Write each consonant letter in red and each vowel in blue. Do this 3 times.
Write three or more sentences using each word.
Play a guessing game (I’m thinking of a word that starts with a “c” and ends with “n”.)
Use your favorite snack to shape your words and then eat them.
Tape-record yourself saying and spelling your words.
Print the words on someone’s back using your fingers. Have the person guess the words.
Form your words out of small objects such as coins or buttons.
Use colored chalk to write your words on the sidewalk.
Spread peanut butter on bread. Add raisins to form your words.
Stamp your words using assorted stamps and colors.
Form your words out of alphabet cereal.
Use crayons or markers to copy the words in as many different color combinations as possible.
Draw your favorite character saying your words.
Paint your words using watercolors or finger paint.
Use bread or cookie dough to shape your words and bake them.
Use beans, pasta, pretzels, cereal, or rice to form your words. Glue them to paper. (or have your parent
send in a note saying you completed this activity)
Read a letter from the mail. Look for your words and list them.
Write three or more words that rhyme with each of your words.
Write a story using all five words.
Write each word in a rainbow of colors. First, write the words with one color. Trace over the words with
another color. Finally, trace the words again with a third color.
Have a family member scramble your words. Unscramble the words.
Draw and color a picture. "Hide" the words in the picture. Please do not color over the words.
Write your words on cards (make two sets) and play "Memory Match" with them against a sibling or parent.
Make and complete a word search using www.puzzlemaker.com.
Write a message or letter to a friend/relative using your words. Underline each word.
Cut out letters from newspapers or magazines to spell your words. Glue letters on a piece of paper.
Write a song using all of your words.
a, and, do, he, is, me, no, the, we, at,
am, go, in, it, my, see, to, on, an, can, you, I, said, mom, here,
like, dad, so, up, yes, went, be, she, are, play, come, came,
little, was, had, with, going, look, not, big, get, day, will, his,
her, for, has, they, that, one, did, saw, your, have, us, or, but,
if, him, all, after, over, mother, brother, sister, out, our, by,
then, of, I’m, I’ll, can’t, don’t, didn’t
All words learned so far:
were
put
this
very
from
You may use these cards to practice
your words.