High Frequency Sight Words
There will be many more words that the kindergartners can decode by sounding out! In the future, each child will be bringing home a decodable book to read. A large plastic bag will be sent home so that the kids have a spot to keep all the books they can read. Each book focuses on sight words, certain sounds and decoding. Practice often!
Our list of high frequency sight words!
The kindergartners are able to blend and sound out words that have the middle sound of /a/, /i/. /o/
The consonants that we have worked on have been: /m/, /s/, /p/, /t/, /f/, /c/, /n/
Examples of words that they can read (not limited to): am, it, map, cat, Pam, tip, etc.
The children can blend and segment two, three and some four sound words!
Examples (not limited to): and, an, cup, sat, tip, clap, flat, lamp, cot, fox
We have also learned about Word Families! -am, -at
ham, jam, yam, dam, etc.
cat, rat, sat, hat, mat, etc.