Practice Sight Word Fluency with Set #4 of our best selling series Sight Word Fluency & Word Work!
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Sight words are fundamental building blocks to fluency in reading, but they can be the most difficult area of reading instruction because sight words so often defy the general rules of phonics. This is why we have created this package around the wonderful concept of combining word work with fluency. This package combines both word work and fluency, so your students will not only practice one new sight word at a time by reading the word in context, they will also practice writing with the word. This cumulative package continues to review and repeat each previously taught sight word, and continue to build upon them in a logical and consequential order.
How is this package unique to other TpT sight word packages? Unlike many sight word resources, this package has been designed by primary school teachers with more than 30 years of teaching experience. Each page within the package is cumulative, which means that new skills build upon previous skills.
We have had this package tested in a Kindergarten classroom, and the teachers had this to say about Sight Word Fluency and Word Work:
"I am thrilled with the progress I have seen in my kindergarten students since we began using your Sight Word Fluency and Word Work pack! My students are very engaged as they read through each page. The repetition and practice have helped them retain new sight words. They are also becoming much more fluent as readers. I am seeing my students become very confident with these passages. They are always excited to bring them home to read to their families!" (Susan J~Kindergarten Teacher)
The following Dolch and Fry list words are included in this set, in this order:
take, give, ask, open, stop, going, write, people, been, let, day, could, first, after, over, know, thank, old, any, again, put, walk, once, than, just, think, made, way, long, may, every, called, live, number, part, fly, round, its