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Sight words are words that appear frequently in most of the text kids read, but can't easily be sounded out. Learning to recognize sight words through—you guessed it—sight is the easiest and quickest way for early readers to progress and become confident. Download Article These two tables list common sight words and cover not only words that first graders should recognize on sight by the end of the year, Table 2 includes words that they should be able to read, write and spell. So get crackin'!
Use these first grade homework worksheets for extra practice with sight words. Our reproducibles are fun for students to complete and easy to do at home. The directions on these pages are simple, and no extra information is needed from the classroom.
Check out these sight word reading strategies which can help your child whether she struggles with a learning disability like dyslexia, or is simply excited to read. As most children master decoding skills, they naturally begin to become more efficient readers. Learning to recognize whole words by sight rather than by decoding each word is part of that process. Naturally, reading a whole word by sight rather than decoding letter-by-letter and sound-by-sound is a much more efficient and faster process. Most readers develop this ability naturally.