Grab these four free books to teach the sight word see!
Have I mentioned that I love teaching my kids to read?
Well, I do.
Thankfully I’ve found this to be a light and fun process when we start early and just do a little bit at a time. After he mastered concepts of print, I started teaching sight words to my Four.
Here’s a peek at our activities for the sight word see.
First we used some simple printables from the beginning reading curriculum, Reading the Alphabet. He loves doing the mazes with a Do-a-Dot marker.
I always let him use a Sharpie to do these word find pages, also from Reading the Alphabet.
These pocket chart sentences are another favorite!
Finally, I introduced the four books you can download at the end of the post. They’re all super simple, featuring sight words we’ve learned before and words he can figure out with picture clues.
The first book is about transportation.
The second is about a rainy day.
The third features shapes.
The last book is about the police.
We hope you enjoy them!
How to assemble:
(for a video tutorial, see this page)
- Cut across the horizontal center of each page.
- Insert one set of pages into the other, paying attention to the page numbers.
- Staple with a long-armed stapler.
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