Foolproof Sight Words
Foolproof Sight Words
The fish looked at the mouse. The mouse cried and went home.
"Huh?" "What?" "Who are you?" Well, every word in that (very) short story is a sight word! This printable workbook covers 200 essential sight words to boost your reading fluency. Learn to read high-frequency words through coloring, word searches, paint-by-word, and tracing activities.
For ages 5-7
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The best sight words are "I", "me", and "my".
Sight words, made Foolproof!
Designed with literacy experts and follows the school curriculum. Foolproof Sight Words is a step-by-step program which takes kids through the different levels of phonics learning and the terms they need to know, exactly the way they do it in school. It includes unique audio support with recordings to enhance word-learning!
What are sight words and why do they matter?
Sight words are high-frequency words that often involve irregular spelling, making them tricky for children to decode. Stumbling across these words can slow down children’s reading, so experts recommend learning by heart what they look like.
Automatically reading these words leaves children’s brains free to decode less frequent words with more regular spelling. Their reading becomes more fluent, and children are freer to concentrate on what words mean.
How does it work?
Expertly curated by our data scientists and through our partnership with Atom Learning, these workbooks are suitable for kids aged 10-15. We use proven methods to increase retention so kids make fewer mistakes, and have made sure this printable pack is visually engaging and perfectly suited to older readers to help promote independent learning.
See what the experts have to say...
"What a fun way to learn phonics! Foolproof phonics brings together delightful lessons based on sound research, wrapped around its charming characters that will entice kids to learn to read. I can't think of a more thoughtfully designed phonics program on the market today. Can't wait to get started...”
Professor Susan Neuman | Literacy Education, NYU