Sight words are so important for beginner readers. Print, laminate and cut the words. I personally like to hole punch one end and put them on a ring to send home with the kids or to keep in their “take-home book” bag. Have parents go over these words after reading their take-home book. I typically will start with just a few words on the ring and then continue to add words to the ring every week and before you know it, they have all 35 words down!
The following 35 words are included:
a, he, no, at, in, see, an, I this, they, for, have, was, so, and, is, the, am, it, to, can, look, are, here, she, said, like, up, do, me, we, go, my, on, & you.
In addition, you can print, laminate, and cut the second set to use as a center. Kids can trace the words with dry erase markers to reinforce sight words.