Sing and spell volume 1
Sing & Spell the Sight Words - Volume 3 CD by Heidi ButkusHere is another set of songs written to help children memorize the spellings of 30 more high frequency words. This program has been used with children from Kindergarten up to the beginning of third grade. As children listen to these songs, they memorize the spellings of the words just as easily as they can memorize the words to any other nursery rhyme, song, or poem! This set of songs also includes words with multiple meanings and spellings, such as homonyms like there, their, and theyre. For these words, the songs also help the children remember the meanings and spellings of each of these tricky words that even adults consistently confuse! Words Covered Are: again, away, because, come, could, help, house, how, jump, little, look, make, one, run, should, their, there, theyre, three, to, too, two, want, were, were, when, where, who, why, would. PLEASE NOTE: These songs are intentionally short to fit the attention span of the average 3-6 year old child! (Many songs are less than one minute long.) They are written to get straight to point, state it in a way that is simple enough for young children to remember, and then move on to the next lesson. That way, if your childs attention span is only five minutes, he or she should be able to learn the concepts presented in 6-8 songs in just one sitting. With repeated play, children should be able to learn ALL of the concepts in the songs quite quickly!
Sing and Spell Vol. 1
Hidden Sight Words Worksheets - Heidi Songs Sing & Spell Vol. 1
One lucky reader will win a free copy of this fantastic new CD. Instructions for entering the giveaway are at the bottom of this post. Listen for yourself below. Another fun aspect of the eat song is the catchy tune, it evoked memories of an old spiritual tune. The eat song also has something else your students will love, each verse speeds up which is big fun for little kids.
These fun Heidi Songs worksheets are a hit with students and make great morning work! Children use their visual discrimination and reading skills to find the target sight word and color in the section that it is in. When finished correctly, the word itself is revealed! The children LOVE this, and enjoy proudly showing off their finished papers. Kids have the option of coloring in the rest of the words or not at the teacher's discretion, allowing teachers to let this activity last a longer or shorter time as needed for classroom management purposes. These worksheets also make a great resource for homework or independent class time, since they are practically self checking.