…sight word recognition continues to be a top priority when instructing emerging and beginning readers… Sight word recognition improves reading fluency!
Pre-Primer Sight Words Curriculum
Teaching preschoolers is a joy, but also tough at the same time. It is a lovely to watch young minds grasp concepts, know new words, and slowly expand their knowledge base. But the real challenge is to ensure their attention span lasts for a sufficiently long time so they can retain what they learn. It is important to start building their sight vocabulary from pre-school days itself, so they know how to use them in both speech and writing.
What you’ll receive:
This is a full 545 page curriculum, geared for children 4 years and older. Once you place your purchase you will be given an instant download of the FULL curriculum! Included are pages that will not only teach your child all 40 sight words, but they will also be working on math, spelling, color recognition, handwriting, following directions, graphing, and so much more! Children love the different activities, and their personal book that tracks their progress.
Included are 10 units, with each until covering 4 new sight words. The units also include review pages – achievement stars – as well as a flip book for children to celebrate their progress!
Here are just a few reasons why this Pre-primer Sight Word Curriculum will be of great use to you:
- Kids are easily distracted – this unit contains a plethora of creative ideas that will keep them occupied and focused
- An excellent educational program that is immensely enjoyable – to make the learning process more exciting, we ask kids to complete several exercises that include circling words, coloring them, cutting and gluing, and much more!
- Developed specifically to suit learning capabilities of preschoolers – there are 4 sight words per unit – not too many nor too less.
- Separate sections include writing down sight words multiple times as a result of which, the handwriting improves a great deal.
- An amazing opportunity to ensure that color concepts become clearer – they are able to differentiate between shades with accuracy.
- Reading sentences and subsequently marking off sight words will aid in generating a keen interest in this area.
- Representation of a word via familiar activities and images in bright, vibrant colors increases memory and concentration skills – the words are firmly ingrained in their minds.
- They will have a better understanding of directions and be able to follow them properly – once they get to know what is being asked, they will proceed accordingly.
- There is an exercise for preschool math too, where children are asked to fill in the words a certain number of times.