Which Dolch words are Decodable?

Many words on the Dolch lists can be decoded by learning their spelling pattern. Other words on the Dolch lists are irregular, and you will need to teach these words as tricky words or words that do not follow the rules! 
 
The lists below share the words in kindergarten that can be decoded by spelling patterns traditionally taught in kindergarten and the words that are taught as tricky/rule breakers in kindergarten. Following the kindergarten list shared will have your student or child reading 109 of the 220 Dolch words by the end of kindergarten. 
 
The second set of lists is the words that can be decoded by spelling patterns, traditionally taught in first grade, and the words taught at tricky/rule breakers in first grade. Following the kindergarten and 1st grade list will have all of the Dolch words mastered by the end of first grade. 
 
Please comment below if you are interested in this same resource for Fry word lists. 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Roll-A-Sight Word: 2nd Grade Dolch Words (Free)

Dolch words are high-frequency words commonly used to teach children to read. Dolch words account for between 50-75% of all vocabulary found in reading material.
This blog post is dedicated to a free classroom resource for you to download and use with your students or share with your families to practice at home.
All you need to do is print the free 2nd Grade Dolch word resource and find some dice. A student rolls the die and identifies the 2nd grade Dolch words in the row of the die they roll. 
More sets are shared under the picture, which are also free for download! If you have a request for a specific resource, please let me know in the comments. 


Roll-A-Sight Word: 1st Grade Dolch Words (Free)

I hope this post finds you well! I have a free classroom resource for you to download and use with your students or to share with your families to practice at home. All you need to do is print and some dice. A student rolls the die and reads the words in the column that matches the number on their die. The set has two different versions of the 1st grade Dolch words list. 


Roll-A-Sight Word K Dolch Words (free)

I hope this post finds you well! I have a free classroom resource for you to download and use with your students or to share with your families to practice at home. All you need to do is print and some dice. A student rolls the die and reads the words in the column that matches the number on their die. The set has two different versions of the Kindergarten Dolch words list. 


Roll a Sight Word Practice free dolch words
Click on the picture to download. 


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Free Roll-A-Dice Pre-K Dolch Words Set

Dolch Word Game for kids

I hope this post finds you well! I have a new type of free classroom resource for you to download and use with your students or to share with your families to practice at home. All you need to do is print and grab some dice. A student rolls the die and reads the words in the column that matches the number on their die. The set has three different versions of the Pre-K Dolch words list. More sets are on their way!

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how to teach sight words
how to teach sight words

Sight Word Bingo Printable for School and Home



Students love playing bingo, so why not make it a review for sight words. There are three sets total, and each set has the word cards for the teacher and 15 bingo cards for the students. Click on each picture to download your freebie.

Tips: 

  • Print your cards on card stock to extend their use
  • Laminate the cards for more extended use 
  • Use the small erasers from the Dollar Tree, Target Dollar Spot, or on Amazon to save the hassle of the tiny round red dots 

sight word bingo printable pdf
Pre-Primer Bingo Set

sight word bingo printable pdf
 Primer Bingo Set
sight word bingo printable pdf

1st Grade Bingo Set 

  Thank you for stopping by and checking out the blog. Please comment below about additional resources you are looking for.

Have you heard of Teacher Tipster?

     
            While searching the Internet for fabulous ideas for my classroom I ran across the site http://www.teachertipster.com/. This first grade teachers has video for various different activities for your classroom. I encourage everyone to visit his site and watch a few videos. I have posted some of my favorite ideas below.

Enjoy

~Meagan~

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