As you walk this journey of teaching your child how to read, I would suggest that you teach sight words in isolation after your child has mastered letter recognition and sounds.  Here are a few suggestions:

  1. Look at a list and then introduce sight words in isolation. After you’ve done that, have your child read a sentence with the sight words they’ve just learned.
  2. Make sure instruction is brief.  Only work with your child for 10-15 minutes a day.
  3. Create a word wall at home so that your child can see the words that they are learning.
  4. Allow your child to practice the words (in a book, using flashcards, or writing a sentence) and give them positive feedback.
  5. Have your child point out sight words that they’ve learned when you are outside of the house.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at, educatespeak@gmail.com

CEO Ty

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