I made this quick little activity for my class. They had a ball with it, so I wanted to share it with you. We have been working on our sight words and one to one correspondence, pointing to each word as we read. This was a good activity for both. First, I modeled the activity for the class. I pointed to each word and decided where I liked to go. I cut out the environmental print word and glued it onto my paper. When I was done with the "I go to" side, I pointed to each word as I read the page.
Then, I turned it over and did the "I like to" page on back.
This was great practice not only for reading sight words, reading environmental print, and pointing to each word, but also for cutting, using a glue stick, and completing the activity independently. They had a ball.
I printed out the writing on one page, front and back, and then gave each child a sheet of places to go and things to do. They could choose their favorites. When each child finished the activity, he/she had to read their paper to a friend and then to me. They also had to read it to someone when they got home. The conversations about the places and activities were so much fun to listen to at the tables, too.
Click HERE if you would like a copy!
I hope your kids enjoy it.
Have a wonderful week!