Ready! Set! Go! --A Sight Word Race
This class is a fun way for students to practice fluency of the first 100 words on Fry's List of sight words. These are sight words that new readers will read most often.
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$10 per class
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20 minutes per class
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This class is for students who need to practice automaticity reading the first 100 words on Fry's list, which are the words that readers find most often when reading. It helps with fluency and speed. Students can benefit most if they already know most of the words by sight and just need to brush up on fast recognition. This allows the child to concentrate on reading comprehension without having to stop and decode each word. The Fry Sight Words lists are more modern lists of words than the...
Students will improve sight word fluency for the 1st 100 words on Fry's lists.
Optional. Print out the list on the website under Materials to use for practice. You may want to make flashcards with the list for fun games and drills.
none. If your child needs one-on-one practice with me, I am available for private tutoring. I have different strategies for breaking down the 100 words into smaller chunks first, then combine them slowly as the student becomes more proficient. Just fill out a request.
40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
There are links to additional sources at the end. There are two sources with Fry's lists and videos for kids to use for additional fun practice with sight words. They are all child-friendly.
Ms. DeniseFormer Kindergarten Teacher
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Hello! I am a retired kindergarten teacher (31 years) and love teaching early academic skills as well as various crafts/fun projects. Art and Music are also some of my favorite subjects. I believe children learn best by using as many senses as...