The idea of children learning sight words is quite interesting to me. Without understanding, without comprehension, our kids can look at a word and make the necessary connections to learn the word by sight.
Isn’t amazing how our brains work and how kids at such a young age can retain that information? We truly are created amazingly in a way only a creator can sculpt.
The five sight word lists contain printable spelling activities/games and combine the best of the Dolch sight words and Fry’s first 200 high-frequency words.
Scroll to the bottom of this post to download your free sight words printable list.
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Grab this FREE printable Sight Words List – Dolch Sight Words and Fry’s List from This Reading Mama.
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!
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