Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Sight Word Fun with Faux Technology

Here is a little faux technology for you to add to your literacy stations....

From Making Learning Fun you can download the keyboard to print on legal size paper and word strips for sight words, color words, and number words. 

Students can practice writing the sight words by texting and typing them on their phones and iPads and then place their words in ABC order on their iPods. 

Students write their words first and then "text" or "type" them. 

You can get a free download of the phone from Dragonflies in First

You can get a free download of the iPod from Teacher Tipster.
Print words on the discs. Then students print the words from the playlist at the top in ABC order. 

You can get a free download of the iPad from Mrs. Gilchrist's Class.


Michelle Tsivgadellis said...

I have seen this floating around...cute! Thank you for sharing it being used.


The 3AM

Mrs. Wheeler said...


Susan said...

I don't know where to start whenever I pop in to see your blog! You have sooo many great ideas that you've shared! I especially like these pseudo-technology ideas for our 21st century learners! I gave you One Lovely Blog Award. Please check it out here:

Angela said...

Awesome. Love it! Thanks!

Traci said...

:D Thanks for the shout out about my iPhones!
I'm your newest follower.
Dragonflies in First

Walker said...

If you have access to a iPad, I would definitely recommend checking out A Jazzy Day app. Its a great app to teach kids about jazz music.