I have been using Scholastic Sight Word Readers with my daughter. She gets through these books pretty fast and catches on pretty quick. There is already two sheets in the book to practice the different words. So I created 3 more worksheets to use with the book so we have one for each day of the week. It’s great review for her and she catches on quicker. I will be making this and posting these as we get through the books. I thought I would share them in case others may want to practice sight words.
Thought I would compile of list of all the free apps that I notice that are being shared. I will share them as I find them. This page will be updated through out the day.
Wubbzy’s Pirate Treasure is free for this weekend. You can grab this on Amazon, Google Play and iTunes. This app contains 3 Sing-a-long music videos, 3 modes of reading, and coloring pages. This looks to be a cute app for the Wubbzy fans.
This has been one awesome year being on the TOS Crew. I have gotten the chance to check out many different types of curriculum that I may or may not have looked at before. I have been blessed with finding new things that work with my kids. I have also found curriculum I have been looking for in different subjects for a long time. Watching my kids blossom and enjoy the different reviews was very rewarding.
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Today the kids wanted pancakes for breakfast so I thought it would go great with the book Pancakes for Breakfast by Tomie DePaola.
What I didn’t realize before we even opened the book was that there was no words to this book. This book is only pictures. I was stunned at first because I don’t think I have ever read a book with only pictures to my kids. It left a lot of room for discussion and imagination with the kids. We each took turns telling our version of the story by the pictures.