Ready or not, here come words that start with the letter I!
Before you start to work on these vocabulary words that start with the letter I, select your favorite sight word and spelling activities. Next, prepare them so that you can make learning a breeze for your child. Figuring out how to teach sight words in the way that will best work for your child can seem so great a burden . Don’t worry; we’ve got you!
When you are ready, you can move onto our sight word list for words that start with the letter I (for kindergarten and 1st grade) and our spelling list, below.
SIGHT WORD LIST
As we start to gather Kindergarten Sight Words and 1st Grade Sight Words, one can easily tell there are too many to teach at once.
Luckily – we have come up with a solution! Grouping these difficult words by the letter they start with is a great guide to our progress as well as making lessons more efficient. By grouping by letter, we are able to create entire categories of activities that help you teach the alphabet.
We love being able to present a sight word list for the letter I ready to you.
KINDERGARTEN SIGHT WORDS:
1ST GRADE SIGHT WORDS:
At the end of the day, there is no perfect method for how to teach sight words to everyone, only the methods that work best for each individual. If you are struggling, consider trying a new strategy! There are always new sight word activities being created, every day.
SPELLING WORDS THAT START WITH THE LETTER I
Up next, we have an incredible little spelling list for the letter I! This spelling list is for Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, and 3rd Grade! Before you start to work on these helpful vocabulary words that start with the letter I, select the spelling activities that work best for your family.
KINDERGARTEN SPELLING LIST:
1ST GRADE SPELLING LIST:
If your child has something mastered, keep it in rotation of study in order to keep them confident and sure of themselves.
2ND GRADE SPELLING LIST:
3RD GRADE SPELLING WORDS THAT START WITH THE LETTER I:
With many of these spelling words, you can add an additional challenge for clever students. The addition of a suffix can make for a new step in education as you drill difficult spelling and grammar concepts. Spelling lists aim to expand vocabulary, but they are only the base for understanding. Words that start with the letter I can make even the most intelligent child stumble.
There are always fun ways to include learning in our daily lives. If you catch yourself using any of our spelling words in conversation – even if you just see it on a billboard while driving to the grocery store – make a note of it to your child. If you seem hyped about it, they will join in and start to use their new skills to recognize the words, themselves!
Before long, you’ll be unable to go anywhere without your child making sure you see all of the words that start with the letter I.