Sight words are one part of beginning reading. Sometimes children appear to know the sight words on flashcards, but have difficulty recognizing them in connected text. It is helpful to practice them in sentences. Below are sentences that use the sight words and the level of sight words used.
1. We can run up here.
2. I can go up to help in the play.
3. I can run and play.
4. We can not help.
5. I can not help here.
6. We can help the little cat.
7. I can not help here.
8. We can help the big cat.
9. Look up here for me.
10. We can run for help.
1. One bag is blue.
2. Can you find my little rat?
3. I see two funny cats.
4. Mom said, "Make it go away!"
5. Dad said, "It can jump away."
6. Can you jump to the big red and yellow tent?
7. Find my red hat.
8. Where is my funny yellow dog?
9. Come down to my car.
10. One will come down the hill.