I finished my Dolch Primer Sight Word Printable pack that follows the Pre-Primer Dolch Set! I am all ready to teach sight words next year, and these bad boys will help me teach the kids a new word each week (multiple words a week, actually). I start teaching sight words the first week of Kindergarten. Once the students have a couple of words under their belt, they can start reading sentences with our scaffolding. For instance, if you teach them the sight words: "I, see, a" you can form a sentence on the board and add a picture to finish the sentence. They could read: I see a ____. On the line, you can switch out different pictures (cat, dog, etc). Before long the students are building their confidence and reading! The first step is to teach them a few, simple sight words. And here is a resource to help you...
Each page focuses on a different word from the Dolch Sight Word List. For each word they will:
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The variety of skills helps the kids memorize those sight words that are commonly found in text. Here is a sample of what each page looks like:
Pick a set up at my TpT Store.
To purchase the Pre-Primer Dolch Sight Word Worksheets, click HERE.