Mrs. Perkins. This website contains the sight words that your child is expected to learn. Sight words make up 50-75% of words that students encounter in their reading. Therefore, the more sight words your child can read quickly and with accuracy will foster more fluent reading. This website also has games, activities and worksheets that you can use at home to help your child learn their sight words.
Make it fun! Print or write the sight words on cards, play "Concentration" for younger students so they match the words (make sure they read it too). Make a BINGO game using the words. Time your child to see how fast they can read 10 or 20 words. Time them the next day and see if they can do it a little faster or get one or two more words correct!