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Dolch Sight Words Mat - Commonly Misspelt Words

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 1 page | Years: F - 3

A Commonly Misspelt Words Dolch Sight Words Mat to assist students with their reading and spelling.

teaching resource for students to use when learning their sight words and developing their reading skills.

Print and laminate a class set of the Commonly Misspelt Words Dolch Sight Words Mats and encourage your students to refer to the mats when reading and spelling.



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  • Tanya Brady

    should it be alright instead of all right?

    • Melissa Teach Starter

      Hi Tanya, although 'alright' is commonly used, 'all right' is actually the correct spelling. Thanks so much, Melissa