Are you looking for November and Thanksgiving sight word practice for your students? This set of differentiated color by sight word and write by code activities is perfect for 1st-3rd graders. You and your students will LOVE these Thanksgiving writing activities and November coloring pages!
These PRINT and GO color by sight word activities will be the perfect addition to your classroom as they will get your students practicing a range of skills. First, students will complete November coloring pages with color by sight word challenges. Then, students will practice their writing skills by using the sight words in sentences as complete Thanksgiving writing activities.
Included in this sight word practice pack:
- 7 pictures for each grade level are included (21 pictures total).
- Sight word color by code
- Thanksgiving writing activities
- November coloring pages
Research shows that students need to be able to not only recognize sight words, but they need to be used in context as well. These color by code pages include a writing activity so that students can practice sight words in multiple ways.
❤️ You will LOVE how these color by sight word activities can be differentiated for all your students! There are three different grade levels (1st-3rd grade) of Dolch sight words provided, which allows you to use these activities with all the students in your class.
Use the sight word color by code activities for:
✅early finisher work
✅sub tub activities
Using these Thanksgiving and November color by sight word activities is EASY!
- Copy the color by code and write by code pages front to back.
- Students complete the color by code activity.
- Students turn over the page to write a sentence using each word found in the picture.
- Challenge them by having them write their sentence about the picture.
✅Click on the preview to get a closer look at these color by code activities!
What are teachers saying about these sight word practice activities?
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “This resource was perfect for our kiddos as they struggle with those sight words. It was engaging and useful!” – Calli M.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “This is a great way to see if students can use the sight words in the correct context. Love it!” – Jennifer A.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Easy to differentiate and my students enjoyed practicing reading the appropriate sight words. Writing sentences using the words helped them understand their meaning. The picture was a bonus for them (and a bonus for me with them practicing their fine motor skills.)” – Elizabeth T.
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