Learning sight words

Discover proven strategies to help your child learn sight words effortlessly. Enhance their reading skills and boost their confidence with these top tips and tricks.
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100+ Fun Ways to Teach Sight Words with Hands-On Games & Activities

BEST list of fun ways to teach & practice sight words. Ideas for pre-school, kindergarten & first grade. Hands-on games & creative activities to do at home!

Tiffany Leach
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OH SNAP! Our Favorite High Frequency Word Game

Push the flashcards aside and play our favorite high frequency word game: OH SNAP!! This super fun sight word game is a great way to improve reading skills and build reading fluency.

Sabrina Fiacco
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25 Ways to Teach Sight Words!

I'm going to share with you some fun and engaging ways to teach sight words. I mentioned in this post, that I LOVE teaching sight words!! There are numerous reasons, but one of them is the essential fact that learning sight words is just a hop, skip and a jump away from reading fluently! Edward William Dolch, in 1948, created a list of words that he believed to be essential for all students to learn first! Many teachers have found this to be true. Unfortunately, not all words can be sounded…

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