My Book of Sight Words for First Grade - Book 1

Grade Levels
K - 1st, Homeschool
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30 pages
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My Book of Sight Words, Grade 1 Book 1, provides early literacy success with various activity worksheets in reading and writing. This first book in the series brings a curated collection of 15 highly used sight words with multiple activity worksheets for integrated practice, confidence building, and contextual learning. This work packet brings a fantastic collection of 30 sight word worksheets that are perfect for distance learning, morning work, home-schooling, early finishers, substitutes, and homework. Learning Sight words are of great importance and helps a student in many ways, namely.

  • Knowledge of sight word promotes confidence. A student who has mastered sight words can easily read and recognize a good part of a sentence.
  • Knowledge of sight words helps students in increased proficiency in reading comprehension.
  • Sight words help by giving clues to the context of the text that a child is reading. A child familiar with sight words can easily decode the meaning of lines written in the paragraph.

The packet includes:

1. List of sight words - Includes 15 sight words for early learning. The sight word list consists of the following words - and, see, a, the, for, red, it, said, you, go, up, is, in, look, and like.

2. Unscramble the words - Includes worksheets that encourage the child to make a sentence by rearranging the words correctly. Children learn to write a new sentence using sight words. The child also learns to draw a picture on the topic.

3. Hunting Fun: The child hunts for the correct spellings of the sight word.

4. Coloring Fun - The child tries to recollect the learned sight words and colors them.

5. Building Fun - The student learns to correctly write and complete the word using clues from letter-sized boxes. Write the word in the provided lines and color the sight words, and memorize the spellings.

6. Flying Fun - The child rearranges the letters to write correct spellings of sight words.

7. Guessing Fun. The child reads the sentence and tries to use the right sight word to make a meaningful sentence. Then the child colors the correct box of sight words used.

8. Sentence Making - The child tries to build sentences with the given sight words.

9. Thinking Fun - The child will try to recollect the spellings of sight words learned and then complete the blanks.

10. Circle the Sight Words - The child will read the sentence and then circle the sight word used in the sentence.

11. Balloon Fun - The child will recollect and write any ten sight words learned so far in the balloon

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30 pages
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Recognize the distinguishing features of a sentence (e.g., first word, capitalization, ending punctuation).
Decode regularly spelled one-syllable words.
Read grade-level text with purpose and understanding.
Use context to confirm or self-correct word recognition and understanding, rereading as necessary.
Add drawings or other visual displays to descriptions when appropriate to clarify ideas, thoughts, and feelings.


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