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Dolch Easter Egg Sight Words

This post was a little bit early for Easter but I got a ton of positive feedback and saw pictures all over Pinterest.  As teachers, I'm sure many of you are OCD plan-aheaders like me :) so you were just fine with getting these Easter pages early.



If you missed downloading them because you weren't following me then and are now (hint, hint!), click on the pictures to head to that post to get your free copy.  
When I created those, I used the word list our kindergarten students follow and I thought it might not align the best with all of you.  So, I decided to create another one.  This one follows the Dolch primer word list.  Some of the words are the same as the previous one, but most of them are different.




You can get these from my TpT store or my TN shop for free.

Do you like these?  Would you like me to create more using different words?  Let me know by leaving me a comment below.

I have to get some housework done today.  I've been so busy lately that I haven't done much around the house and with the weather so nice, I really should get some spring cleaning started.  Have a terrific day everyone!




13 comments:

  1. Tessa, I just found your blog from the K-2 Linky Party, and I am loving it! If you have time, it would be so nice if you could stop by mine and tell me what you think. I'm a blind pre-k teacher but I'm moving back to kindergarten next year. Talk to you soon.

    Sharon Dudley, NBCT
    http://teachingwithsight.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! I went over to your blog really quick and liked some of the items you posted. I will have to take a closer look when I have some time!

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  2. This looks super cute!! Thank you so much for linking up!
    Hugs,
    Rebecca

    Teaching First

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    1. Thanks for having a linky party! I always love to try to reach new people through them.

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  3. Oh yes I love it! My kinder kids need more help with their sight words and these will be fabulous! If you do make more, that would be awesome!

    Thanks!
    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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    1. I'm glad you like it. I may make one more set. If I made another set, it would probably be the Dolch 1st grade set. Do you have a particular list you'd like me to use?

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  4. Hi I found your blog from Clasroom Freebies Too - love it! THanks! I know exactly who I'm going to use this idea with - the kids are going to love it!

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  5. Hi! This is awesome! I found your blog through the linky party! Stop by my blog for a giveaway I'm having!

    Andrea
    Cheers to School

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  6. Thanks for providing a blank one as well. None of the lists quite matched our words but I can still use this to add to our centers. Thanks again!

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    1. That's the problem with sight words, isn't it? Everyone seems to have their own list. I'm glad the blank one will be useful for you.

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  7. Thanks for linking up with my "It's a Spring Thing" linky party!
    I love your site. Thanks for the freebies! :)

    Mary
    Mrs. Lirette's Learning Detectives

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    1. Thanks! I don't have anything that's specifically spring, so I'm glad the Easter stuff is okay.

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