Now that Gracie is in her second year of preschool she will continue to focus on letters and letter sounds but before the end of the year, she should start working on sight words. Learning sight words is totally different than learning letter sounds (phonics) because the child learns them just by sight. Just by looking at the word “the” – and knowing automatically what it is. With sight words, there is no ‘sounding out’ – there is just looking and recognizing.
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Kids love reading and singing with the zany armadillo Festus and his friends. Sight words are the most common words in children’s literature Being able to read them quickly and automatically improves fluency, which leads to better reading comprehension. This video covers all Dolch first-grade sight words and many from the Fry’s list. It reviews some of the words from Sight Words Level 1 (pre-k) and Level 2 (kindergarten). If your child is ready to begin reading first-grade words, this engaging DVD program will help boost their literacy skills.
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