1.10.2013

Sight Word Board Games {and a photo update!}

Hey friends!

Does this seem like the longest week ever to anyone else????
I guess because we were so spoiled having two weeks off
for winter break, and this is only our first full week back.
Jeez!
Before I share some recent pics,
here's my latest addition to my TpT store.
I needed another literacy center to use weekly
with no prep work!
There are 9 different board games included in this pack
and all you need is a spinner or dice and you're good to go.
All 220 words included, so the most frequently used sight
words are included in the first game board and then so on.
You can pick up your own copy here!
Ok, I thought I'd unload some recent pics {instagram and such}
from the last few weeks.
Lainey practicing her letters. :)



Oh, I love office supplies.
I stayed in this isle of Staples for probably 45 min.
The employees must have thought I was completely insane!



I loved this little pre-holiday activity...turned out cute I thought.
Courtesy of Lindsey at The Teacher Wife. :)
Here is her post and free download.
We turned the houses into little holiday homes with some
scrapbook paper and stickers.






One of my best friends and I at our husbands' holiday work party.
We just had to get a picture of us on this swanky couch!

My current project...I'm in love.
I {heart} color.
Hope to share this soon. :)

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Want to win a copy of my Dolch Sight Word Board Games for free?
Make sure you follow my blog and leave a comment below including
your email.
I'll choose two people and send it to them free! :)
TGIF!


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17 comments :

  1. Love the Odd and Even Street with the scrapbook paper! I could also stay in Staples the whole day just looking and dreaming of ways to organize and plan! I follow your blog!

    rmariemuniz@hotmail.com

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  2. The sight word game would be perfect for my soon to be 4-year old!

    cheriemae@gmail.com

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  3. oooh... I'm excited to hear more about the teacher planner. :)


    The REAL Teachers of Orange County

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  4. That planner looks super cute! I hope I win the sight word game, some of my little friends are really struggling. :)

    Meg
    meagan.newbold@gmail.com

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  5. Those games look great!! They could be used by the kids independently or even as an intervention with friends struggling with sight words!! LOVE IT! I can't wait to see what you are doing with that teacher planner, there, either! I'm excited! :)

    ryanandamandajoATgmailDOTcom
    Mrs. Richardson's Class
    Amanda

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  6. I have been searching for a way to have them practice sight words...this would be great!!

    Cheryl
    spottedinsb@gmail.com

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  7. Sight Word Board Games looks amazing!! The Even and Odd houses are adorable!! I cannot wait to see what you have up your sleeve with that teacher planner. It looks gorgeous!! :)

    thepolkadotowl@gmail.com

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  8. Ooooo, I love office supply shops too and scrapbook papers! Those odd and even street houses are gorgeous.
    Thanks for the generous offer and giveaway.
    Rebecca

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  9. I would love to win your games. I follow your blog. Thanks for the link to the odd/even houses and to the reading blogger. Thanks.
    Susan in NC
    susanlulu@yahoo.com

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  10. As a special education teacher I would love to use these games with my multi-level students who need as much practice and review as they can get. The more "fun" the better they can learn.
    Thank you for offering the offer. Those who most need it can least afford it.
    jan@hbr.net

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  11. I would love to win your games! I follow your blog.
    lraines78@gmail.com

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  12. Cute sight word games. They would be perfect for my students.
    bbumblebee@msn.com

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  13. I love your odd and even street! They look great! I hope you have a great weekend with you little princess! She is too cute!

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  14. Your Dolch sight word games look like such fun, my seconds should would love some new games. :) Such a great idea to decorate the houses with scrapbook paper.
    missteach3@gmail.com

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  15. I love your Sight Word game boards. They would help my little ones that need that little extra encouragement!! :)
    meghardie@yahoo.ca

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