The more a child reads, the larger their vocabulary grows and the more skilled they become at reading. Practice makes perfect is very real in math and languages 🙂 You can find past Dolch Sight Words Worksheets here: All Dolch Sight Words Worksheets
Flash cards, reading games, handwriting, and other things are good ways to practice recognizing sight words. I had someone ask me how far I was planning to go – I am going through all 220 words and then may do the 95(ish) Dolch Noun Sight Words for the weeks following that. So sorry about last week, I was so busy I didn’t even realize Friday had come and gone until Sunday evening. LOL!
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Dolch Sight Words Worksheets Included:
- Flash Cards
- Handwriting Practice
- Coloring Page
- Instructions for use
List of Dolch Sight Words Included: every, fly, from, give, giving, had, has, her, him, his
Dolch Sight Words Level: First Grade
Dolch Sight Word Games & Books:
Here are a few of my top picks to help you reinforce the sight words to your kids!
Sunday 30th of March 2014
Thank you for making these Kelli! You are very talented and these are very helpful! Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!
Friday 28th of March 2014
Thanks so much for sharing with After School Link Up!
Theres Just One Mommy
Thursday 27th of March 2014
Oh, I am loving this! Pinning this one for the future because my husband finally agreed I can homeschool next year! (Yes, I am excited!)
Wednesday 26th of March 2014
My toddler isn't quite at this point yet, but what a good thing to be planning for. I like the ease with which you make integrating sight words into the learning! Thank you for making such a great tool available!