• Sight Words

    Click on the link above to access the list of sight words. Our end of the year goal was for your child to know the first 100. Once your child knows these you may continue working beyond the first 100. Have them read the words to you. Give them 3 seconds then skip it if they do not know it. This will be a word they need to work on. Write the words on notecards and make a sight card ring, write them on popsicle sticks and have your child pull a word and read it. Write them in shaving cream on the counter, or in salt in a cookie tray. Write them on sticky notes and hide them around the house. There are lots of ways to help your child practice there sight words 3-4 times a week. MAKE IT FUN!

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