Sight word recognition is an important part of learning how to read and write. By having your child label common household objects and refer back to them later by creating his own tour, a reading tour is a simple and fun way for your child to practice reading and writing sight words. Help your child build a bank of sight words by creating your own pointer for the reading tour. With some decorative supplies, markers, and rulers or spoons, your child can create a beautiful pointer to take the family on a house-wide reading tour to show off all the words he knows.
What You Need:
- Post-it notes
- Thin black marker
- Decorating supplies like themed stickers, ribbon, decals, sequins, and paints
- Various objects for pointers like rulers, clean fly-swatters, wooden spoons, and dowels