I'm All Mixed Up (Homophones): Sight Words Poem

By: Deborah Ellermeyer and Judith Rowell

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We Are Opposites (Antonyms): Sight Words Poem 6
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Color With Me (Color Words): Sight Words Poem 8
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Counting Circus (Number Words): Sight Words Poem 7
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The Little, Little Man (Synonyms): Sight Words Poem 6
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All About You (Question Words): Sight Words Poem 5
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My Busy Day (Verbs): Sight Words Poem 5
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Me, You, and Them (Personal Pronouns): Sight Words Poem 5
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My Game (Prepositions): Sight Words Poem 6
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Two Funny, Little Red Apples (Adjectives): Sight Words Poem 4
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Double Silly (Same Double-Consonant Words): Sight Words Poem 4
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Terrific Tongue Twisters (Same Beginning Sound Words): Sight Words Poem 6
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What Am I? (Dolch Nouns and Adjectives): Sight Words Poem 5
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Clap Your Hands (Counting Syllables): Sight Words Poem 5
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Word Families (Word Family Words): Sight Words Poem 5
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One Word Out (Word Categories): Sight Words Poem 5
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I Have a Little Secret (Words Within Words): Sight Words Poem 8
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May, Bea, Ike, Joe, and Beulah (Words With Long Vowel Sounds): Sight Words Poem 8
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Singing Ducks (Words With Short Vowel Sounds): Sight Words Poem 6
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Neighborhood Noise (This, That, These, Those): Sight Words Poem 9
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Product Description:

Three delightful activities—plus a sight words poem—to help children learn about homophones!

• Homophone Help (objectives)
- to recognize sight words that are homophones
- to use homophones correctly in a sentence

• Our Homophone Book (objectives)
- to write and illustrate sentences for homophones

• Homophone Stories (objectives)
- to locate homophones in picture books

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 (I'm All Mixed Up), three activities, plus teaching tips!

Grades K - 2

Text is patterned and predictable, perfect for emergent or beginning readers! Research has repeatedly demonstrated that the use of patterned and predictable text is extremely beneficial (Rasinski and Padak, 2001). Using predictable materials not only assists in sight word development but encourages children to use context clues when encountering unknown words, and also creates positive feelings about reading aloud (Bridge, Winograd, and Haley, 1983). The rhythmic nature of poetry and the use of rhyme provide a helpful scaffold for children. Children can use background knowledge, context clues, and their own sense of rhythm and rhyme to help them decode unfamiliar words!

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