Error-less learning is a strategy which ensures that the student will answer correctly. This promotes self confidence and immediate reinforcement. To do this, the teacher must work in a small group setting, preferably one on one.
Directions: Prompt the student by saying “Point to and say 'word'.” Use sentence guiders so that the student can only see one line at a time. The student will do this three times with only seeing the word.
Next, there will be three words. The prompt is still “Point to and say 'word'” but you will point to the letter as you say the prompt.
Continue this pattern throughout the entire list. Practice for many days, fading the prompt of saying the word when it stands alone and fading the pointing in groups of words once the student is able to start recognizing the word.
**SAMPLE** This is a sample of the first 7 sight words. I am working on the rest of the pre-primer sight words and those will be available shortly. If there is interest, I will create bundles for each level. If you would like these for specific words, please let me know!