Worksheets With Sight Words
Sight words usually need to be learned through repetitive experiences. The Dolch Words (a link to these lists is provided below), are the 220 most frequently found words. Many of these words cannot be sounded out because they do not follow decoding rules. They must be learned by sight. Students who learn these words have a solid foundation for beginning reading. My worksheets provide opportunities for students to read or write the words they are working on.
Teachers of young children often use the Magic 100 Words (and the 2nd hundred words), as they are divided nicely into smaller groups for learning, and come with lots of support activities.
The object with both sets of words, is for students to gain automaticity (immediate recall), and to become skillful at decoding text quickly. This not only speeds the reading process, but also assists the comprehension of what is being read.
Wild Words Lists and Charts (My groups of sight words)
First 50 Sight Words Worksheets:
Use sight words to write your own sentences: (Listed by Wild Word lists 1-20, with 5 words on each worksheet)
Games to Support Teaching Emergent Literacy (at The Classroom Kit)
External Links to
Online Resources For Teachers
Magic Words website
High Frequency Sight Words (Dolch Word Lists)
Free Flash Cards of Dolch Words
School Express Worksheets