Who is it for?
As children acquire a sight word vocabulary, they need material containing the new words so they can practice reading them in the context of a sentence. While many books are created for reviewing sight words, doubtless none are as carefully designed as our Sight Words in Sentences.
How can I use it?
This book is versatile and could become one of your most valuable tools: let your children read with a partner to check that they can read all the words in their list before they read to you for assessment and move on to the next list of words. The book is also ideal to use as writing prompts for further writing using the sight words. Another “done-for-you” resource!
The book has five colors of pages, each color coordinating with a set of SnapWords®, Lists A-E. Each colored section contains 40 sentences made up of only the sight words in that list (List A has 40 sentences using only the sight words from List A, etc.). 200 sentences in all. Perfect-bound. 5.5" x 8.5". By Sarah Major.
Posted by kem fogleman on 12th Apr 2014
I was hoping the sentences used the flashcard words like they are on the cards. It is something you might think about. I made my own for a severe special ed student. He is reading sentences using the picture words as a help. I have used your products for several years.
NOTE from publisher: This book is intended to provide a resource the child can read to show he/she already knows the plain words.We encourage teachers and parents to create sentences using the stylized words, then gradually turn one word over at a time in order to transition the child from picture to plain words. OR, if using this book, when the child comes to a word he/she doesn't know, prompt using the SnapWords card as a reminder.
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