Do you already have an answer when someone asks how to teach sight words?
I have a couple of favorite sight word activities including sight word snacks – food and learning? Count us in! Sometimes I will combine games to keep them interesting and challenging while other times I may adjust them to be easier so that no one ends up discouraged. At the end of the day, I always come back to the core ideas behind teaching sight words.
SIGHT WORD LIST
As we worked to develop our list, Kindergarten Sight Words and 1st Grade Sight Words quickly became too numerous for one list. Dividing these into how to teach the letter makes it so that you can focus on your child’s understanding of each and every letter of the alphabet.
Not every word that starts with the letter L is easy to pronounce! There are so many that are hard to sound out. When this is an issue, we turn to using sight words! Every child learns using different sight word activities.
KINDERGARTEN SIGHT WORDS:
If you feel as though you are struggling to break through to your child’s understanding of the letter K sight words, do not give up. Time is your best friend. The more examples of each thing you give, the better your chances are of finding the one that sticks.
1ST GRADE SIGHT WORDS:
How to teach sight words is in no way a science. There is a lot of guessing involved. For some kiddos, pictures help the most and for others it can be making rhyming games.
SPELLING WORDS THAT START WITH THE LETTER L
These spelling lists are for Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, and 3rd Grade!
If any of the words are too hard or easy for your child, feel free to borrow from the other lists! Practicing writing spelling words is a great activity to improve penmanship, as well!
KINDERGARTEN SPELLING LIST:
1ST GRADE SPELLING LIST:
2ND GRADE SPELLING LIST:
3RD GRADE SPELLING WORDS THAT START WITH THE LETTER L:
Spelling drills can wear on anyone. As you and your children work to master words that start with the letter L, make sure to take breaks to focus on other aspects of learning whenever you or your child begin to feel frustrated. You can do this, together.
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