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    The goal is for each student to be able to read and write these 59 sight words by the time they leave Kindergarten. They do not need to write from memory like spelling, they need to be able to find it and copy it from a word wall or list.  I will send home ALL ther words but please take off the words for the week for your child to use and practice. They can add them to a special box.  Leave the other words on the ring so that it is easier for everyone.  
     
     
    I

    to

    on
    at
    see
    the
    a

    in

    me
    all
    are
    you
    can
    this
    go
    and
    am
    is
    with
    have
    for
    like
    it
    said
    big
    up
    my

    be

    come

    do

    down

    find

    he

    help

    how

    look

    make

     

    now

    off

    out

    play

    she

    take

    we

     

    what

    will

    good
    had
     
     
     
    Here are some suggestions for creative ways to practice these sight words with your child:
     
    *Write your words in shaving cream on the bathroom wall during bath time.
    *Write your words in sidewalk chalk outside.
    *Shape your words in cheerios or raisins. Enjoy eating each word after you’ve spelled it correctly.
    *Write your words on the sidewalk with a paintbrush and water.
    *Dump sugar onto a big plate. Write your words in the sugar with your finger.
    *Write your words in glitter glue.
    *Write your words with rainbow colors (using markers.)
    *Write your words on a dry erase board.
    *Write your words on a Magna Doodle or Etch-a-Sketch.
    *Mold your words using play-dough.
    *Type your words in fancy letters on the computer.
    *Spell your words from letters cut out of magazines.
    *Make up a cheer for each word.
    *Find the words and cut them out of magazines.
    Practice these words often and HAVE FUN!
     
    If after testing your child in Sept/Oct, they are able to identify all of these words, I will give you a first grade list.  If they master this list then please work on reading; building fluency and comprehension skills with your child to ensure that they master these words completely!