At the start of the year I give this resource to parents for their reference and I also make one for the kids to have in their chair bags to use whenever we are doing work on high frequency words. I feel that is important to expose kids to lots of words. When kids are learning how to read and write and become fluent readers and writers, they are always so eager to learn words.
*How I use this booklet*
Each child has a set of words that they are learning to write, e.g. they might be on the Watermelon words. They practice reading and writing these words (especially in CONTEXT) and once I have seen them using these words in their writing pieces, spelt correctly and read correctly, I move them on to practicing the next set.
There are only 9 words in each set, so that kids are not overwhelmed by learning too many at one time. Once they have mastered them, I tick them off in my Assessment Book and they are onto the next set.
There is a sight word pack (Flying with words) available in my store which contains certificates, wall displays, early finisher tokens and printable word work activities. Or individual smaller sight word packs (Sight word fun!) containing word work printables.
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