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  • {Class Eight}

    The Gumball Machine 2

    Parking Lot 7

    The Egg Flip 13

    Sight Word Placemat 18

    Sight Word Treasure Map 20

    Plato Academy 2012.

    Plato Academy Class Eight

    Plato Academy

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    {Supplies} Pages 3 to 6: Gumball Machine printables. Scissors.

    {Time}

    10 minutes.

    {Directions}

    1. Before your child joins you, cut out the sight word cards and gumball tokens. Place the cards in a pile face down next to a gumball machine printable. The play area will look like this:

    Note: Half of the sight words are written on one gumball machine and half are written on the other. If your child is still learning the words, give him one gumball machine and place the 12 matching sight word cards in a pile. If your child already knows the sight words, give him both gumball machines and all 24 sight word cards.

    2. Invite your child to turn over the top card in the pile and read it out loud. Then, have him use

    one of the tokens to cover the matching sight word gumball. 3. Play continues until all gumballs have been covered.

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    {Gumball Machine} This is a playful twist on sight word practice that will have your child recognizing these 24 common words in a snap.

    Tokens used to cover up the sight words on the gumball mat.

    A gumball mat.

    The sight word cards in a pile face down.

  • Ithe

    a

    andin

    it

    of

    to he is

    me

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  • that

    said

    was

    forup

    look

    you

    go we play

    can see

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  • a I it

    the and in

    of to he

    is that was

    look you said

    for up go

    we play can

    see mePlato Academy 2012

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    Drivers, start your engines! In this game, your child will park her way to better sight word recognition.

    {Supplies}

    Pages 8 to 12: Parking Lot printables. A Matchbox/Hot Wheel car. A glue stick.

    {Time}

    7 minutes

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    {Parking Lot}

    {Directions}

    1. Before inviting your child to join you, glue together the parking lot printable

    pages as shown in the diagram on Page 8.

    2. Give your child a car and call out a sight word. Ask your child to drive the car to

    the corresponding spot in the parking lot.

    3. Give your child the chance to call out sight words for you to find in the parking

    lot.

    4. Play continues until all sight words have been called or your child loses interest.

  • glue lot #2 to lot #1 as shown glue lot #3 to lot #2 as shown glue lot #4 to lot #3 as shown

    finished lot should look like this

    How to assemble the lot:

  • lot #1lot #1

    I a it the and in

    lot #1

    sight word parking lot

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  • of to he is that was

    lot #2

  • look you said for up go

    lot #3

  • lot #1

    we can play see me no parking

    lot #4

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    {Supplies}

    Pages 14 to 17: Egg Flip printables.

    Scissors.

    A spatula.

    {Time}

    7 minutes

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    This game will have your child flipping over sight words. Literally!

    {The Egg Flip}

    {Directions}

    1. Before your child joins you, cut out the eggs and spread them face up on a flat surface.

    2. Hand your child the spatula and call out a sight word. Ask him to flip the matching

    sight word egg.

    3. Play continues until all eggs have been flipped.

    Note: If your child is still learning the sight words, spread out groups of 5-7 eggs at a

    time to prevent him from becoming overwhelmed.

  • and a I

    it the in

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  • of to he

    is that was

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  • look you said

    for up go

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  • we play can

    see me

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    {Supplies}

    Page 19: Sight Word Placemat. Optional: A sheet of contact paper and a pair of scissors.

    {Time}

    7 minutes

    {Directions}

    1. Optional: Before your child joins you, attach the placemat to your kitchen table using a sheet of contact paper.

    2. Invite your child to play different games with the mat. Options include:

    Call out a sight word. Have your child find it on the placemat and spell it out loud first with her eyes open and then with her eyes closed. Ask your child to find and read all of the 2-letter words, then the 3-letter words, and so on. Have your child spell all of the words that have an {a}, then all of the words with an {o}, etc. Encourage your child to make up silly sentences with the sight words. For instance, We can play it, or He can see me.

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    {Sight Word Place Mat}

    As unexpected as it may be, the kitchen can be a wonderful place to help your child learn to read. This playful place mat will help your child memorize sight words AND keep her entertained while you cook. Its a two for one!

    Class Eight

  • and

    and

    of

    that

    lookwas

    infor

    the

    it

    istoa

    can

    see

    me

    goyou

    up

    we play

    saidhe

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    {Supplies} Page 21: Treasure Hunt printable. A cover up token (a pom pom, coin, rock, etc.) Optional: A die and a second token. Optional: A stopwatch.

    {Time}

    10 minutes

    {Directions}

    1. There are two versions of this game. In version one, your child will place his token on

    the starting line. When you say, go, your child will move his token along the path,

    reading each word in order. You will time him to see how long it takes to read all 24

    words. The goal is to read the words faster and faster each time he completes the race.

    2. In version two of the game, two players place their tokens on the starting line. Player

    One rolls the die and moves his token to the corresponding space on the mat. He reads

    the word out loud. Player Two then rolls the die, moves his token to the matching spot

    and reads the word out loud. Players continue taking turns rolling and reading. The

    first player to reach the treasure chest is the winner.

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    Treasure maps and gold?! Yes, please! Your child will love going on this sight word treasure hunt.

    {Treasure Map}

  • x

    Sight Word Treasure Hunt

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    start here matey!

    I ait

    the and in

    of

    to he

    is

    thatwaslook

    yousaid

    for

    up

    go

    weplay can see me

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