Sight words instruction teaches children to memorize and immediately recognize the high frequency words they will encounter most often. Once a child can identify and name all lower-case letters in the alphabet, they can start to learn sight words. To learn more about how LiteracyPlanet can improve your students' sight words knowledge, click here for an obligation-free demonstration.
Key features of sight words exercises
- LiteracyPlanet makes learning the sight words interesting.
- Includes hundreds of fun and entertaining exercises.
- There are a total of 60 Sight Words Lists in our Sight Words program.
- Compiled on consultation with our academic partner.
- Teachers can also generate custom exercises.
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How to teach sight words with LiteracyPlanet
Once a child can identify and name all lower-case letters in the alphabet, they can start to learn sight words. This form of instruction teaches them to memorise and immediately recognise the high-frequency words they will encounter most often (i.e. the, were, does, their, me, be etc).
Mastering these words will help to speed up their reading and comprehension and LiteracyPlanet’s sight words exercises are designed to keep them engaged and having fun while they learn.
Key features include:
- Hundreds of fun and entertaining exercises.
- Covers more than 1,400 words in two categories.
- Includes the ability to generate custom exercises.
Sight word games with LiteracyPlanet
Designed in consultation with our academic partner, LiteracyPlanet’s activities and exercises are not only fun for students, they’re also firmly focused on meeting syllabus requirements and ensuring that knowledge gaps are filled.
Students’ progress can be easily monitored and tracked with LiteracyPlanet software and schools can expect positive results in a short space of time, due to LiteracyPlanet’s proven efficacy.
Recent studies conducted by both PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Macquarie University found that LiteracyPlanet’s literacy exercises produce noticeable improvements in performance, so to learn more about improving your students' sight words knowledge, click here for an obligation-free demonstration.