A solid foundation of reading skills is essential for children to become successful readers. Learning basic sight words
is a critical step in building that foundation. The activities in this workbook are designed to help your child catch
up, keep up, and get ahead—and best of all, to have lots of fun doing it! Here are some of the great features you’ll
Duck Tracy has found some clues, but he needs help! Children trace the new "jiffy words," adverbs, and verbs so that
Duck Tracy can read them.
Dear Pen Pal
Children practice new sight words by filling in the missing words from a letter about a camping trip, slumber party, pet
lizard, and more.
Be a Poet
It’s time to rhyme! Children read the poems and fill in the newly learned adjectives and verbs to make a rhyme.
Reading the clues and filling in the crossword puzzle with the correct sight words reinforces knowledge of words about
farm animals, location, and the home.
Children read aloud a short story with sight words and then draw pictures to illustrate the story. Do the pictures match
Give your child's confidence in reading a boost with First Grade Success with Sight Words.