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Activities and resources for teaching sight words to beginning readers

Are Sight Words Really THAT Important?

So, let’s talk about sight words. Do we really need them? In a word- YES! Sight words are important, and they’re here to stay. There are many benefits to learning new sight words for young students. Sight words allow emergent readers to develop reading fluency, while also strengthening their vocabulary and writing skills. Sight words enable students to recognize and read a word without the need to stop and sound it out. Can you imagine how frustrating it would be to sound out every word in a sentence, every time you read? Sight word recognition eliminates this frustration. Plus, there are words that cannot be easily sounded out or decoded. Some words simply do not follow the rules of phonics. Students need the ability to

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Activities and resources for teaching sight words to beginning readers

Are Sight Words Really THAT Important?

So, let’s talk about sight words. Do we really need them? In a word- YES! Sight words are important, and they’re here to stay. There are many benefits to learning new sight words for young students. Sight words allow emergent readers to develop reading fluency, while also strengthening their vocabulary

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This is exactly what I was looking for and worked on the skills in different ways! My kids loved it! I used it in class and the students in my class who were on virtual could complete the activities at home as well! It was perfect!
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