These sight word sentences for Guided Reading Levels C and D are designed to help kids build confidence with early literacy skills. A high level of picture support is provided. Just one sight word is added on each page.
This pack is designed to be used after Very First Sight Word Sentences
The focus words in this pack are: no, his, her, has, by, way, him, will, day, may, want, all, that, not, came, one, two, after, make, was, get, out, about, other, would, who, write, from, what, find, many, old, first, these, use, your, as, called, water, words, number, more, some, were, again, long, time, there, each, when, could, why, because, part, their.
Because of the highly supportive format, these sight word sentences can be read during small group instruction, chorally with your whole class and/or in literacy centers.
These sentences are designed to be introduced at school, and then sent home for repeated practice. I encourage kids to color in a star each time they read the page at home, and to return each sheet to me when they complete it. I often offer a small treat when kids return these completed sheets. (If a child does not have the necessary support at home, he/she reads with a partner or parent volunteer at school. However, because these sheets are quick and straight-forward, most of my students do complete them at home.)
I have included 2 versions of the parent letter I send home with the first sheet. One of the letters asks for students to return the sheet for a small treat when all the stars are filled in. The other version shares information about the program without offering a treat for completed work.
Repeated reading of these passages helps students master these important sight words and also develop fluency in reading.
Supports the following Student Outcomes and related Common Core Standards:
• Students will demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print (RF.K.1).
• Students will read common high-frequency words by sight (RF.K.3.C).
• Students will read emergent-reader texts with purpose and understanding (RF.K.4).
Please note: Though the images are provided in color, they print well in black and white.
Thanks for stopping by and taking a look! Anne Gardner, NBCT
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