How can I improve my sight words?

How can I improve my sight words?


  1. Start with a small number of sight words and focus on them for a week.
  2. Create two sets of cards with the words on them, and play matching games like Go Fish or simply mix up the cards and have the child pick out the matching cards to pair up.
  3. Point out sight words when you see them as you read together.

How many site words are there?

Sight words are the 220 words that a reader can readily recognize as soon as he or she sees them, without using phonics techniques.

Should you teach phonics or sight words?

Learning these “sight words” often starts before formal phonics instruction begins. Children do need to know about 10–15 very-high-frequency words when they start phonics instruction….Table 1: 10 Sight Words for Pre-Readers to Learn.

Word Dolch Frequency Rank Fry Frequency Rank
the 1 1
a 5 4
I 6 20
to 2 5

How do you make a 2 letter sight word list?

Open the file named “2 Letter Sight Word Worksheets.” Using your newly sorted sight word list (see Step 1), start typing your information into the table. Create worksheets for 10, 2-letter words at once.

How many words Have you found that start with HW?

Found 356 words that start with hw. Browse our Scrabble Word Finder, Words With Friends cheat dictionary, and WordHub word solver to find words starting with hw. Or use our Unscramble word solver to find your best possible play!

How can I make sight words fun and entertaining?

Learning sight words takes lots of repetition. We have numerous sight words games that will make that repetition fun and entertaining for you and your child. The games are of course the most entertaining part of the sight words program, but they need to wait until after the first part of the sight words lesson.

What is sightwords?

Includes a demonstration video and a handy reference chart. is a comprehensive sequence of teaching activities, techniques, and materials for one of the building blocks of early child literacy. This collection of resources is designed to help teachers, parents, and caregivers teach a child how to read.

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