Kindergarten Success with Sight Words Workbook: Activities, Exercises, and Tips to Help Catch Up, Keep Up, and Get Ahead (Sylvan Language Arts Workbooks)
A solid foundation of reading skills is essential for kindergartners to become successful readers. Learning basic sight words is a critical step in building that foundation. The activities in this workbook are designed to help your child catch up, keep up, and get aheadand best of all, to have lots of fun doing it! Here are some of the great features you'll find inside:
Spot the Dots
Connecting the dots by drawing lines from sight word to sight word in alphabetical order leads children to a surprise picture as a reward!
Start Your Crayons!
Which dinosaurs are wearing the right words? Children practice recognizing new sight words by coloring only the dinosaurs wearing the correct "jiffy words" or adjectives.
Children help Poetry Guy finish his poems by reading them and filling in the sight words that rhyme.
Meet in the Middle
Helping two kids find the middle of a maze based on the word on their shirts is a fun way to reinforce recognition of high-frequency verbs, pronouns, and prepositions.
Hide and Speak
Children practice words for colors, food, and transportation by saying each sight word out loud and then drawing a line to the matching picture.
Give your child"s confidence in reading a boost with Kindergarten Success with Sight Words.
180 Days of High-Frequency Words for Kindergarten - Learn to Read Kindergarten Workbook - Improves Sight Words Recognition and Reading Comprehension for Grade K, Ages 4 to 6 (180 Days of Practice)
Build reading skills and increase in your student's ability to recognize sight words instantly with 180 Days of High-Frequency Words. Even if you do not have time for vocabulary instruction, this series features quick, easy-to-use daily word study activities to include in the language arts block. Based on Fry's 1000 Instant Words, 180 Days of High-Frequency Words for Kindergarten introduces three snap words each week a total 108 high-frequency words in covered in a structure that places the focus on word recognition. As students familiarize themselves with target words and increase their ability to identify high-frequency words in different ways, they will cut, color, trace, match, circle, identify rhymes, draw, and fill in the blank in cloze sentences. Activities can be used as a weekly or cumulative assessment, giving teachers an opportunity to test students on necessary words. This invaluable classroom resource for balanced literacy also provides downloadable files. Boost reading, writing, and spelling skills with this series that prepares students for college and career readiness.
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- Writing - Grammar
100 Words Kids Need to Read by 1st Grade: Sight Word Practice to Build Strong Readers
Fill-in-the-blank stories and sentences
Word riddles, games, and puzzles
Stories that present the words in context
"Guess the Word" activities
Word classifying and sorting activities
Practice using irregular verb forms
Proofreading practice For use with Grade 1.
- 8" x 10"
Phonics for Kindergarten, Grade K (Home Workbook)
- Grades - K
- Weight - 0.12
- Depth - 9.25
- Width - 6.88
Trace with Me Sight Words
In Trace With Me: Sight Words, your child will practice handwriting skills while learning to recognize and form essential sight words. Each activity teaches reading concepts and prepares your child for kindergarten success.
The Trace with Me series gives your child the practice to master printing skills and more. Each activity book features a variety of colorful tracing activities that help young learners develop fine motor skills and vocabulary. These activities also provide opportunities for your child to practice early reading and basic concepts.
Wipe Clean Workbook: Sight Words (enclosed spiral binding) (Wipe Clean Learning Books)
This Sight Words wipe-clean workbook will help your child master the most common words in the English language. It comes with a dry-wipe pen, perforated flash cards, and 48 pages of activities to help build their reading and writing confidence.
Recognizing high-frequency words, such as the, and, and is, is one of the building blocks of early childhood literacy, key to increasing a child's accuracy, speed, comprehension, and fluency when learning to read
Colorful photographs and illustrations make practice enjoyable
Each of the 44 sight words has a page of writing and reading exercises
The wipe-clean activities are a boost to any child's confidencemistakes can simply be wiped away
There are 48 flash cardsone for each wordand some blanks to write your own practice words
The spiral binding means that pages lie flat for ease of use, and there are even tips for good handwriting habits.
A fantastic tool to help elementary school kids learn to read and write.
100 Write-and-Learn Sight Word Practice Pages: Engaging Reproducible Activity Pages That Help Kids Recognize, Write, and Really LEARN the Top 100 High-Frequency Words That are Key to Reading Success
- 8 3/4 x 10 7/8
My First Workbook of 100 Sight Words Practice Worksheets: Reproducible activity sheets to learn reading, writing & high-frequency word recognition using worksheets & flash cards activities for ages 4
Gift your child endlessly rewarding skills they can cherish lifelong.
Aligns to Common Core Standard CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.K.3.C
Sight words are high frequency words that make up for more than 50 of words your child would encounter while beginning to read. It's a great tool for reading as it enhances a child's speed, fluency and reading comprehension.
Sight words are an important tool for learning to read and because they are used so often it is important that your child is able to recognize these words on sight (hence the term sight words) without having to use any strategy to decode. There are many words - like "the" - that cannot be easily illustrated.
Sight words are as important to learn reading as math facts are to learn elementary math. When kids master sight words their memory automatically brings the sound and meaning of the word into their consciousness. The action is so unconscious that they don't even realize it is happening. Mastering sight words develops automaticity while reading.
Automaticity is the ability to do things without occupying the mind with the low level details that are required; this is usually the result of consistent learning, repetition, and practice. For instance, an experienced cyclist does not have to concentrate on turning the pedals, balancing, and holding on to the handlebars. Instead, those processes are automatic and the cyclist can concentrate on watching the road, the traffic, and other surroundings.
Sight words also build confidence in a child. The frequency of occurrence of these words are so high that a child who has mastered these words can already recognize at least half of a sentence and start to feel good and confident about reading.
Sight words also help promote reading comprehension. When your child opens their book for the first time, instead of trying to decipher what ALL of the words mean, they can shift their attention to focus on those words they are not familiar with. They will already know at least half of the words, so focusing on the other half helps strengthen their understanding of the text.
Reproducible activity pages and word list for kids involving top 100 common words for your preschool, pre k, kindergarten, first grade children to help the kid learn writing,reading, and to recognize words without the help of parents using worksheet, flash cards, and other activities in this book.
***Please be informed that the included flash card pages are not card stock paper but normal book pages. Also, the resulting flash card would be around half of the size of an index card.
Wipe Clean: Learning Sight Words: Includes a Wipe-Clean Pen and Flash Cards! (Wipe Clean Learning Books)
Help your child master key sight words, and watch as their confidence with their reading and writing skills soars, with this fun and effective wipe-clean workbook.
Inside, there are practical, step-by-step exercises to help kindergarten and First Grade children learn to sight-read, write, spell, and use 50 essential high-frequency words. Also included is a special pen and the activities can be completed, wiped away, and repeated. There are pull-out, double-sided flash cards, too, featuring all 50 sight words, as well as blank cards for individual learning.
Spectrum Sight Words Book, Softcover,Grade K, Ages 5 to 6
Spectrum Sight Words workbook is a focused practice for sight word mastery. The workbook contains targeted activities that helps the children to practice recognizing and writing commonly used words. The book contains 300 high-frequency words and contains fun activities and flash cards that develops fluency, reading, and writing skills. Softcover, 160 pages.Grade K, Ages 5 to 6.
- Based on Fry's instant sight words
- Cloze sentences
- Sight word sentence strips
- Answer key
- Correlated to State Standards
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