Teaching Sight Words to Preschoolers
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Strategies for Teaching Preschool Sight Words Read Aloud. While you are reading aloud to your child or simply going about your day, be sure to point out sight words Write a Story. Write a book together, using sight words in repetition. The constant use and exposure to the words Play. Kids start learning sight words at a very young age.
Preschool teachers can further encourage the use of sight words by using strategies that help them. Teaching sight words doesn’t have to be difficult. All it requires it a few materials, some know-how and a lot of patience. Post signs on objects around the classroom.
Fun Sight Words Activities for Preschool Kids. Here are some fun activities for preschool kids that will help them learn their sight words: 1. Use Everyday Objects to Form Words. This activity is one of the most fun ways to teach sight words kindergarteners.
Learning Sight Words Through Sensory Play Playdough. An oldie but a goldie. Get your reader to trace their sight words into the playdough, using a finger or a Paint in a Bag. Squirt some poster paint into a sandwich bag. Seal the bag and cover with duct tape to ensure it.
One of the most important things to remember when teaching sight words is to make it both fun and memorable; HeidiSongs Sing and Spell the Sight Words DVDs offer a unique way to do just that. Heidi has a song for every sight word and each song is so catchy your kids will beg to sing them again and again. Kindergarten sight word list When your child is looking at these words on a daily basis, they will learn them quickly. Repetition is the key to fluency (reading smoothly, without a lot of pauses), so practicing these words over and over will help to achieve that goal. Teaching Sight Words Using Word Walls Word walls are a great resource in the classroom when they are put to use.
Just having a wall of words isn’t enough — students need to be taught how to use the wall. Playing games that allow students to interact with the wall can help students learn where the words are located. Explicit instruction is the time-honored method of teaching sight words, in which the teacher introduces the word, spells it, and has the child repeat until mastery. Stick with that; it’s a proven method! But it doesn’t have to be boring and monotonous.
The way I run my weekly sight word program is beneficial. Make two sets of flashcards for the sight words you want to teach your child, then play games with the cards. For instance, you can play Go Fish with word cards instead of number cards. You can also play Memory; just shuffle the cards and lay them face down. Your child will pick a card then try to find or remember where they saw the matching card.
5 Tips for teaching sight words Look for them in books. Draw a child’s attention to a word by looking for it in children’s books. You can start with Dr.
Hang them around the classroom. Keep the sight words “in sight.” Certain words such as and and the.
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