Friday, April 4, 2014

"Funk"-y Sight Word Game

What do you get when you mix a favorite childhood game and Mrs. Leeby's Fonts!?!  Our new "Funk"-y Sight Word Game!!!

I just ADORE Mrs. Leeby's fonts and her new one called, Leeby's Funk, is my new fav!  You can get the font for free right now on her facebook fan freebie tab.

Our unit includes....
Sight Word Powepoint Game

The students will be given a couple of minutes to look (learn by heart) all the words on the screen trying to remember each one. 

The students will close their eyes!

The students will open their eyes and say or write on a wipe-off board what word is missing.

Use this slide to reveal the answer!  They will LOVE it!!!

Powerpoint with 100 Fry Sight Words

Why do we use this in our classrooms?  We believe MEMORIZING sight words increases our young learners fluency and MOTIVATION to read.  In return, the kiddos have more time to decode words they do not know, which increases their comprehension of the story.

Reading is tough work....purchase this "Funk"-y Sight Word Unit to help inspire your students' love of reading.  Check it out in our TeachersPayTeachers and TeachersNotebook shop!

For a chance to win this "Funk"-y Sight Word Unit....all you have to do is like us on facebook!  We will pick 10 winners this Sunday night.
a Rafflecopter giveaway
We will be adding numbers, shapes, & letters "Funk"-y Powerpoint Units in our TpT & TN shop soon!

Keep on Dancin'
Amber & LuAnn


  1. Very proud to be entry number one and to be introduced to your rockstar world. I look forward to following you!

  2. Thank you so much ladies!! I can't wait to receive the wonderful sight word activity!!

  3. THANK YOU!! So excited to win this unit. I guess I can take it out of my cart now!!

    You girls are amazing. I really appreciate all that you share on your blog. I have seen you present in Wisconsin...hopefully see you present in Vegas someday?!?


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