Double Silly (Same Double-Consonant Words): Sight Words Poem

By: Deborah Ellermeyer and Judith Rowell

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  • Teaching Tip

Product Description:

Two activities—plus a sight words poem—to help children learn about double-consonant words (letter, funny, etc.)!

• Missing Doubles (objectives)
- to place appropriate double consonants in sight words
- to use double-consonant sight words in sentences

• Double Fun (objectives)
- to write and illustrate sentences using several double-consonant sight words

The poem features words from the Dolch list, a widely recognized list of sight words. Along with the companion activities, this poem presents an opportunity to introduce children to specific elements of language such as parts of speech, word families, and more! Includes a copy of the poem (Double Silly), two activities, plus teaching tips!

Grades K - 2

This poem was carefully composed to include a high percentage of Dolch sight words and a low percentage of non-Dolch words. The non-Dolch words enhance the poems, since many high-frequency words are function words, such as the, of, and to. These words take on meaning only by acting as connectors for other words (Richek, Caldwell, Jennings, and Lerner, 2002).

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