Memorizing sight words and practicing them is an important part of learning to read. Help your child practice sight word recognition with this digital sight words activity.
Sight words are frequently used words that young readers might encounter, such as the, and, with, what, and more. They are words that readers should recognize right away and not need to spend time decoding, or, sounding out.
Children are taught to memorize sight words because it allows them to focus more on unfamiliar, more difficult words. By memorizing sight words, children can understand a passage even if they are unable to sound out each word.
There are many different ways to encourage sight word memorization.
These free interactive slides provide three ways to reinforce sight word recognition. Through saying, typing, and building each word, your child can practice several of the most common sight words.
The instructions for using these slides are simple, but you’ll want to sit with your child to guide them along.
There are two options available to download, a Google Slide deck version and a Powerpoint version.
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