Sight Word Dice Game
Sight Word Dice Game
Our Kindergarten sight word learning dice are the perfect hands on educational tool to build literacy skills and help children learn how to read. Easy to throw in your bag and built to last, these large wooden dice are the perfect addition to your montessori or reggio classroom, or your homeschool learning curriculum. Your child will love learning these first sight words, and have fun practicing spelling the words and creating simple sentences with these tactile wooden dice with easy to read letters.
• Four 3cm wood dice (24 different words)
• One 4x6" Cotton Drawstring Bag
• Based off of the Fountas and Pinnel High Frequency Words List for Kindergarten (single letter word a omitted)
• Words permanently laser engraved into the wood dice in an easy to read font - no inks or paints used!
• Packaged in a cotton drawstring bag perfect for gift giving, storage, and taking the dice on the go
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Our founder is an early childhood and elementary school teacher who is passionate about child development and brain based research on how kids learn, grow, and flourish!
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