Learn the keyboard keys while practicing sight words with this typing program. 342 common sight words are included, as well as a video of directions for how to use your own lists. There are 14 Google Slides files which split the words into groups of 25. These are perfect for any students grades PreK-3rd or older students who are still working on the Dolch sight words list. There are 3 practice slides for each word. I consider this a mastery activity, meaning that there are no wrong answers because students keep working until they are correct.
What is included
• 14 Google Slides files that can either be shared via Google Classroom or downloaded as PowerPoint files
• Each sight word is practiced in 3 different ways to ensure mastery
• A few extra sight words are included at the end for each grade level
• Alignment suggestions for which files go with which grade levels
• A video of instructions for how to use your own sight word or spelling lists
What you will need
Laptops, or desktop computers with access to Google Slides or PowerPoint
How it all works
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With this resource you will receive a link to a file to be shared with your students in Google Classroom.
**BENEFITS OF GOOGLE CLASSROOM**
♥ INTEGRATE TECHNOLOGY INTO THE CLASSROOM!
♥ IMPROVE STUDENT COMPUTER SKILLS!
♥ INCREASE STUDENT ENGAGEMENT!
♥ ACCESS MATERIALS ANYWHERE!
Do you have a Google Classroom? Are you looking for digital ways to incorporate common core skills and make your students more adept at utilizing technology in their daily learning? If so, then this is the product for you!
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Renee B. (verified owner) –
I was able to edit to use their words they are learning in class. The students were then practicing finding keys and learning the words!
Katie L. (verified owner) –
My first graders LOVE this activity! They love to race to see who can type all of the words the quickest! As long as they are typing, I’m happy! Thank you for this resource!
Jessica S. (verified owner) –
Perfect for keyboarding review at the start of the year for my students! Also works great as sub plans.
Mary Ellen L. (verified owner) –
This was a great way to have students practice their typing skills while also reviewing sight words.
Shannon B. (verified owner) –
Great resource for younger students to practice keyboarding skills.
Angela M K. (verified owner) –
My students enjoyed using this as a spelling and typing activity. I was able to set it up for four different levels of students. They need to improve their typing skills and sight word recognition so this fit perfectly into spelling.
Jennifer T. (verified owner) –
This was a helpful “extra” for the kids to use during asynchronous learning time. It helped them with their keyboarding skills which are desperately needed for them to work online efficiently.
K K. (verified owner) –
As a homeschooling mom, I wasn’t sure how I was going to teach my son how to type, and then I found Brittany Washburn! This is easy to put into use, and easy for my son to do as we learn keyboard basics. His hands are still a little too small to have on home row and accurately type, but this is an exercise he can do!
Lois G. (verified owner) –
The student I use it with is gen ed with RSP and is open to learning how to type. The student enjoyed the activity to the point of asking for it.
Kimberly D. (verified owner) –
I’m glad I introduced these before we left for our remote learning journey. I think they were a little challenging to figure out what to do. I was glad I found a video you posted of how to use them. But now, they can continue on using these from where they left off in class. Students enjoyed using them in class.