Today I’m sharing with you my sight word readers for the sight word “see”. I’m loving this new series on sight word readers and it’s fun to see that you’re enjoying them, too!
There are three booklets in this set:
- See the Shapes
- See the Creepy Crawlies
- See My Head
How to Teach:
Have your child point out the word “see” at the beginning of the sentence. If this is the first time seeing the word “see”, talk about the sounds in the word (s and ee) and then put them together to sound out the word.
Then move on to reading the word “the”. They may know that sight word already, or you may have to remind him of it.
Next, point to the picture to see if your child recognizes what it is. In this case, it’s a caterpillar. After the child has decoded what each word is, read the whole sentence together. All of the pages in these booklets are similar, so once they figure out the first few pages, they will be able to read the other pages (but they may need help if they don’t know what the picture is!). Just remember to encourage your child to read according to his ability.
Even though it may seem like they aren’t really reading, they are picking up great reading skills. They are learning to hold a book, read from left to right, observe how sentence structure is set up (with a capital letter at the beginning of a sentence and period at the end). Reading these sight word booklets will boost your child’s confidence with reading!
You can download the free sight word readers here —-> Sight Word Reader- see
After printing, cut out the pages and staple them together. Enjoy reading!
You can find all my sight word readers HERE.