For instructions on using the Flash Card Creator, see below.

Dolch Sight Words


Fry Sight Words


Top 150 Written Words


Custom Sight Words

Instructions

The Flash Card Creator creates a custom set of sight words flash cards. You can use one (or more) of the existing lists of sight words and/or use your own custom word list. To create your Flash Cards:

  1. First, select the sight word list(s) you wish to use. Under Dolch Sight Words or Fry Sight Words or Top 150 Written Words, check the boxes corresponding to any sight words lists you want included in your Flash Cards. For example, selecting the Dolch Sight Words Kindergarten and 1st Grade lists uses those 93 words for your Flash Cards.
  2. Under Custom Sight Words, enter in any custom words you want included in your set of Flash Cards. For example, if you are doing a unit on farm animals, you might want to add cow and pig.
  3. Click Create Flash Cards, and your cards will be created and displayed onscreen in PDF format. You can print the cards by selecting print from your browser window.
Video: Making Sight Words Flash Cards

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One Response to “Full-Page Flash Card Creator (1-up)”

  1. Libby Torney

    Hi,
    I tutor students in reading and writing. These resources are brilliant.
    My question is, would it be possible to have a Flash card creator that allowed much longer adult words? I also teach Senior Secondary Business Management and Legal Studies and these flash cards would be perfect for my students to create and use as a Key terminology learning technique. I tried to type business management but your coding wont allow that many letters.

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