Little sight word readers are 8 page books that provide children an opportunity to practice reading sight words in context and to help build confidence and develop fluency. The text follows a predictable pattern and is supported by images, making them ideal for emergent readers in any classroom. The last page includes writing practice with the sight words learned in the text. It allows students a chance to read and write sight words out of context.
The little readers can be used while working with the entire class, in small groups, or one-on-one with individual children. They can also be assigned as homework for additional practice to reinforce sight words learned in the classroom. They can also be used in class during independent reading practice or in a learning center. Illustrations are black and white so they can be colored by students. Many of the sentences include color words. Students demonstrate comprehension of the sentences when they color the pictures correctly.
This file includes two sight word readers.
The first one focuses on the sight words: I, see
The second one focuses on the sight words: like, eat
Both teach the names of popular dim sum dishes.
It includes two templates to create class books.