Zeno Sight Word Game {FREEBIE!}

Hello, Friends! Happy Monday!!! {Is there such a thing as a happy Monday??!}

Here is a Zeno sight word game I like to play with my students during small groups...
 and since I love you all so much, it is available for FREE in my TpT store!

Click the image below to download:
ENjOY and have a great week!!!!


  1. This is great!

    Always love your new ideas!

  2. My 1st grade son is going to love this! Thank you for sharing your creations with those of us who lack the ability =) Specifically, ME.

  3. So cute! Thanks for sharing!!

  4. Thank you so much for sharing! I have another version of this game called BOOM! So good to have different versions of things to practice sight words.
    Mrs Poultney's Ponderings

  5. Anything that says "POW" in my classroom quickly becomes a FAVORITE of everyone! :)
    Thanks for the freebie!

    Beg, Borrow, Steal

  6. Love the freebie!! Will be using it this week. Thanks so much!


    The Tennessee Teacher

    I'm an education student and would love some encouraging followers to come visit me!

  7. Gonna use this during my at-risk time this week! THANKS! :)

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    Tori's Teacher Tips

  9. Thanks for the freebie, Lindsey! My first graders LOVED our version of this game last year--definitely a hit!! Excited to have your version, as well. :)

    Little Miss Primary

  10. Just wanted to repost...my kiddos loved this game. I let my practicum student work with my ELL group on sight words via this game. They were so into looking for the POW words and were really focused on every card. Great review/practice.

    Thanks for sharing!

  11. Thank you! I love how it will be easy to copy onto a different color and not use a ton of ink!

  12. An excellent idea for my first graders!!! I am so happy that there are so many creative people and useful websites like this one http://www.helponessay.com/ that I also use to help senior students in writing essays. Nowadays it is so easy to create a good lesson and to make it really interesting as talented teachers share their experience. Moreover if you spend some time searching for good ideas and preparing materials, your children will be busy during all the lesson and have less time to make problems:)


thanks for the love ♥

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