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Sight Words-Elementary List

Instructions: Write 10 words with a thick marker on coloured chart and put it up in your child’s room or in a place that he/she is likely to look at often. The writing should be clear and bold. Have the child read the 10 words aloud everyday. You may give a dictation once in a while to check I if your child has learnt the spellings. Change the list every fortnight. You may repeat the lists to help your child master the words.

If you find this method is helping your child improve his/her spellings, you may use it for teaching your child words from the school textbooks also.


the

is

said

was

are

ear

some

saw

ask

wall

here

were

huge

what

all

told

how

old

who

care

car

door

draw

house

socks

do

watch

to

eye

to

two

talk

too

ate

have

gave

I

great

walk

tear

knew

eat

ill

put

no

ball

head

those

I’ll

high

new

know

able

doll

bird

table

tall

these

each

coat

year

tie

low

key

with

do

yet

where

many

goat

give

some

take

more

by

over

done

our

about

goes

again

out

so

right

even

me

would

than

other

them

people

this

could

any

after

such

also

much

your

been

one

that

you

water

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Sight Words-Intermediate List

Instructions: Write 10 words with a thick marker on coloured chart and put it up in your child’s room or in a place that he/she is likely to look at often. The writing should be clear and bold. Have the child read the 10 words aloud everyday. You may give a dictation once in a while to check I if your child has learnt the spellings. Change the list every fortnight. You may repeat the lists to help your child master the words.

If you find this method is helping your child improve his/her spellings, you may use it for teaching your child words from the school textbooks also.

You may also make flashcards with these words.


ache

cousin

hoarse

says

wash

again

dear

hour

seems

wear

always

doctor

instead

separate

week

among

does

just

share

were

anger

don’t

knew

sharp

where

answer

done

know

shock

whether

are

double

laid

shoe

which

badge

ear

laugh

shoes

who

beauty

early

learn

shy

whole

been

earth

loose

since

witch

begin

easy

lose

some

women

beige

eight

love

steer

won’t

believe

enough

many

straight

would

blue

every

mean

sugar

write

both

field

meant

sure

wrote

bought

find

minute

swell

young

bread

forty

more

tear

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

break

friend

most

there

build

glad

much

they

built

glance

much

though

busy

gone

none

three

buy

grammar

ocean

through

calm

grow

often

tired

can’t

guess

once

tonight

choose

guest

only

too

chore

half

people

trouble

colour

have

piece

truly

come

head

rage

tuesday

coming

healthy

raise

two

cough

hear

read

used

could

heard

ready

very

country

here

said

want

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Polysyllabic Words

Print the lists of words using a colour printer. Then cut the word parts. Ask the child to join the parts to make complete words. The child may then write the words as "word sums." For e.g., to+mor+row =tomorrow. Give a dictation of the words a day or two after the child has played the game. Make sure you store each set separately.