These Fry Word Practice Pages provide writing and reading practice for words 1 through 100.
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These Fry Word Practice Pages will give children practice with the first 100 Fry Sight Words.
Sight Word Instruction
If you are new to sight word instruction in your classroom, you might want to begin by learning a little more in our Introduction to Sight Words.
As you are beginning your Fry Word program in your classroom, you might have questions that can be answered in our Introduction to Fry Words.
If you are here to find Fry Word resources that your students will love, you’ve found the right spot!
About This Set
These worksheets are perfect for students who are working on mastering their sight words.
These pages will give students some time practicing fine motor skills along with identifying sight words.
Included on these pages you will find word tracing, word boxes, find a word and color by letter activities.
There are a total of 20 pages with 5 words on each page. The repetitive nature will allow for students to work independently once they are familiar with the format.
Using these Fry Word Practice Pages
Students will need crayons or colored pencils along with a regular pencil.
In the color code boxes, instruct students to color each box according to the code at the top.
At the bottom, students will color code the letters by vowel and consonant. A separate color for y is also included.
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Thanks for sharing.. I find them useful..