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Learning Success Kit - Fourth Grade
Alphabet Photo Puzzles
Tap-A-Word™ Sight Word Fluency Cards - 46 cards
I Have, Who Has? Small Group 1st 50 Fry Words - 60 cards
I Have, Who Has? Small Group Dolch Pre-Primer Words - 60 cards
EZread Black Plastic Magnetic Lowercase Letter Kit  240 Letters
My Own Tiny Take-Homes™ Sight Words Level A - 36 books
My Own Tiny Take-Homes™ Sight Words Level PreA - 36 books
EZread™ Sight Word Mini Flash Cards: Fry 1-50 - 300 cards
My Own Tiny Take-Homes™ Sight Words Level B - 36 books
Read And Build Sight Word Sentences - 25 cards, 100 tiles
Carpet Mark-Its™ - Beginning Sight Words - 25 carpet spots
Sight Word Mini Flash Cards - 6 sets of 50 cards
EZRead™ Dolch Pre-Primer Tap & Track Sight Word Sentences
Secret Sight Words™ - 1st 100 Fry
Feed Me – Real And Nonsense Words Chips - 100 chips
First Sight Word Safari Dominoes - 36 dominoes
EZRead Dolch Tap and Track™ Sight Word Sentences Set

Reading is the most important skill a person can have. It can be applied to so many facets of life and is the foundation to learning and education. When kids first start learning to read, one of the skills they need is the ability to recognize sight words.

To help kids learn and recognize sight words or high frequency words, having the right tools is beneficial. Starting with sight words for kindergarten and ensuring that students have mastered this task will set them up for success throughout the rest of their educational career. They will then be able to move on to sight words for first grade, and eventually have the knowledge basics to conquer sight words for 3rd grade.

The Best Way to Teach Sight Words

If you are wondering how to teach sight words, keep in mind that there is no "best" way. Every student learns differently, and you need to be able to meet them where they are. This might include using sight word lists, which can be written on a dry erase word pyramid, playing sight words games or even using sight words flash cards.

Having all of these items in your classroom will ensure that your students have what they need to master this incredibly important skill so that they can move on with their reading abilities.

The best sight word activities are those that keep your students engaged and eager to learn. The process should be fun, and the right tool can help make it enthralling and educational.

Learning Sight Words Is Incredibly Beneficial

Not only can learning sight words improve your students’ ability to read, but it can also improve their confidence, comprehension and understanding of context. By starting at the beginning and teaching sight words in kindergarten, students will have the foundational knowledge necessary to be successful in classroom assignments and beyond.