Are you just joining our Sight Word Easy Readers series? Be sure to grab the other volumes to catch up. When my kids are learning to read, we go through a lot of short books. However, I never found many that focused solely on one sight word at a time or that built on them – at least not in a reasonable price range.
My boys are both good readers, but my girls are struggling. We are using these printable Sight Word Readers to help our 7 year old gain confidence in her reading skills and the 6 year old start to recognize that letters put together make words. I know with these simple readers we will see improvement and growth this year!
Over the course of the next few months, I will be sharing a new series of Sight Words Easy Readers each week. Each of the readers will have simple sentences with key sight words they are learning at their level coupled with a familiar picture for the non-sight word. These were the types of books my children did really well with, so I decided to create my own to use with our youngest daughter this year in Kindergarten as well as our oldest daughter as she works on improving her reading skills.
This week I am sharing 6 sight words in 6 books – one, two, three, blue, red & yellow – but, there are also words included from the previous weeks’ sets, so they can keep building their vocabulary and repeating to improve their reading skills.
Each book is a half-page style, so you can print and cut, then laminate them for longevity! The repetition of these easy readers will set them up for reading success as they gain the confidence they need to push forward and continue learning new words.
What is in each reader?
- Each reader contains multiple pages using the sight word
- Each page also contains a well-known image, which is also used as the other word in the sentence (i.e. boat, house, etc.)
- Sentences are short, which makes readability easier
- Each reader in the series builds on the others, so previous sight words are repeated
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