Sight words are words that appear frequently in most of the text children read, but can't easily be sounded out. Learning sight words help children become more fluent and confident readers. Flash cards help children learn sight words, without it feeling like work! Below is a list of sight words you can use at home to help strengthen and build on your child's reading skill level.
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Suggested sight word games: Bean bag toss: Child tosses a bean bag toward an array of sight word flash cards, reading whatever word the bean bag lands on.
Sight word Memory: 10 sight word pairs needed: match sight word cards in a traditional game of Memory.
Sight words Fly Swat: A game for building speed and confidence with identifying sight words. The adult says the word, and the child has to spot the word and splat it with the fly swatter.