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     Sight Words

     
     
    Sight words are a critical component to reading not only because they are used so often, but also because many of them cannot easily be illustrated of sounded out.   Because they are used so often, it is important for students to recognize these words on sight (i.e. “sight words”).
     
    Successful readers use a number of tools to help them comprehend texts. But one of the most effective and powerful reading tool that parents and teachers can help children develop is sight word recognition. When a child is able to grasp and identify sight words, he/she will be well on their way to becoming a thriving reader.
     
    A good way to reinforce your child recognzing sight words is through flash cards!
     
    Here is the list of sight words that your child should know by the end of Kindergarten:
    I like the

    and

    see we a

    to

    come me with

    my

    you what are

    now

    is how of

    so

    many where find

    this

    from came but

    on

    will be into

    that

    your who go

    for

    here they soon

    up

    make play them

    give

    say new said

    good

    was  then  ate

     could

    she all over

    her

    when same he

    no

    away must by

    there

    do down went

    only

    little just have

    help

    one every ask

    walk

    look out very

    their

    saw put off

    take

    our day too

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