Common Core: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.K.3: Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words
It can be used for assessments, homework, spelling, sight word practice or in centers . This technique helps students see how letters compare to one another so their handwriting improves and they remember not only the letters when learning to write words, but also the shapes and relationship of letters to each other. Write the words, listen to the sentence, or use the words in a sentence, it is up to you.
Each page contains 2-3 dolch sight words along with a sample sentence.
The packet contains 37 pages.
can – I can see a cat.
a see– I can see a dog.
to come my- Come to my house.
the you and- You and I can go to the park.
we did not- We did not see the car.
like mom dad- I like my mom and dad.
go up in- I can go up in a plane.
look at me- Look at me. I can read.
it am is- I am five. It is true.
run dog cat- The dog and cat can run to me.
big little here- Here is a big and a little ball.
by will for- I will sit by you for the day.
all day- I am happy all day long.
yes no do- Do you like baseball? Yes or no?
are her- Her lips are red.
zoo he down- He went down to the zoo.
an had have- I have had an apple today.
was if- If it was my birthday, I would sing.
today what play- What will we play today?
his name your- His name is Sam. Your name is Pam.
this so good- This pie is so good.
she went out- She went out to play.
old came from- The old man came from Florida.
then going- I am going to lunch, then to art.
that jump off- Jump off that bed now!
now love on- Now I love to read on the floor.
they with him- They were with him today.
make eat said-”Make me a pizza to eat,” said Dad.
got put there – I got the pencil and put it there.
boy get where-Where did the boy get the bike?
saw were when-We were in the park when we saw you.
too could-I could be a doctor too.
be as our- Be as quiet as our cat.
stop but about- I was about to stop but I ran.
one new told – One new girl told me her name.
very of – I am very proud of you.
By Cindy Sweeney
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