Sight words (high frequency words) are words that appear regularly in most of the text that students read, but they can’t easily be sounded out. Learning to recognize and read sight words is the quickest way for readers to progress and become confident readers.
There are 26 sight word (high frequency word) worksheets, A-Z, that can be used for whole class instruction, small groups, individual practice, literacy centers, or homework assignments.
The worksheets include the words:
about, before, could, do, eat, from, great, how, is, jump, keep, like, may, nice, other, put, quiet, right, some, the, use, very, word, x-ray, you, zoo.
Some of the words are capitalized because that is how they appear in the sentences on the worksheets.
The pages can be copied individually or stapled into book form. A title page is included.
*Students read the sight word in the box at the top of the page.
*They spell the sight word by circling the letters in the alphabet line.
*Have students say the letters quietly to themselves while tracing the sight word.
*There are also other sight words in the sentences that are to be traced and practiced.
*Next, students complete the sentence while practicing the sight word in context.
*Then they draw and color a picture to match their sentence.
Common Core Kindergarten: Reading Foundational Skills -
Phonics and Word Recognition RF.K.3c
Common Core 1st Grade: Reading Foundational Skills -
Phonics and Word Recognition RF.1.3g
Common Core 2nd Grade: Reading Foundational Skills -
Phonics and Word Recognition RF.2.3f
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