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Sight words, common words that help kids build reading fluency, are an important part of the kindergarten curriculum.This guided lesson introduces kids to the sight words and, at, he, on, it, like, go, the, to, you, of, and said. Kids are tasked with identifying the words and understanding the sound that each word makes. Check out the accompanying worksheets at the end of the lesson.
This lesson includes 5 printable learning activities
Memorizing sight words is an essential step to becoming a reader. Help your child become familiar with these important words with this game of memory match! With each pair your child finds, the word is repeated both verbally and in writing, helping it stick. Soon, kids will recognize these new words just by seeing them.
Cuz-cuz is going for a mud-run again, but this time he's helping your kindergarten students correctly identify sight words. With each round of practicing identifying words such as at, he, and on, Cuz-cuz will leap into a puddle of mud, a sure delight for your students.
While the word ‘said’ may not be easy to spell at first, it is used so often it is a sight word. Because the concept of sight words is a little abstract for kindergartners, visual and kinesthetic activities such as this one can help their learning stay grounded, even if they are helping Floyd the Dog take flight.
Tutu the Fairy is ready to work her magic on your kindergarten students’ ability to recognize sight words. With every correct answer, she waves her wand and turns a rain cloud into a rainbow. Students’ success in this activity will surely color their appreciation of reading and writing in the future.
Once upon a time, there were three billy goats who needed to outsmart a sneaky fox. In this interactive version of the beloved fairy tale, children will be enchanted by the stunning illustrations and simple prose. With three different reading modes, kids can listen and follow along with the highlighted words, or read it by themselves. Perfect for practicing sight words, this story will appeal to every kind of kid.

Who likes to eat goats? Kids must put their listening comprehension skills to work in this interactive quiz. After reading Three Billy Goats Gruff, children can tackle straightforward questions about the who, what, where, when, and why of the story. This practice will help young learners master comprehension skills that will ensure they learn to understand more complex texts.

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