Sight Word Recognition
This is my Reading A-Z companion.
Writing sight word stories is an excellent way for students to learn sight words and practice their handwriting at the same time.
-Students are provided with a story starter. (ex. I see a fox. or Look at the dog.)
-Students will read and trace the story starter.
-Students will write repeating lines to create a story using sight words.
Look at the dog.
Look at the cat.
Look at the mouse.
Look at the horse.
-After their stories are completed they may draw a picture to match one or two of their sentences.
Words used for this activity;
a the it is I can see go to we
at look am are in for they went on you
all of and like he said no she this big
that not his her will come me him up down
was with my do play yes some have one two
what out there your be but had as each get
from find them many where help these or those make
more how when than too little so has now then
away who our us were three an funny about jump
run four brown here by could would saw through goes