Sight Words Games To Play At Home|Learn Sight Words with Snakes and ladders|Bingo Sight Words Game

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How To Teach Sight Words?

snakes and ladders –
Bingo –

Sight words games gives children opportunities to practice their sight words and build toward mastery while also keeping them engaged and having fun. In general, we recommend using a mix of recently introduced words and some older words for review.
When first beginning sight words, work on no more than three unfamiliar words at a time to make it manageable for your child. Introduce one word at a time, using the five teaching techniques. Hold up the flash card for the first word, and go through all five techniques, in order. Then introduce the second word, and go through all five teaching techniques, and so on.

This lesson should establish basic familiarity with the new words. This part of a sight words session should be brisk and last no more than ten minutes. As your child gets more advanced, you might increase the number of words you work on in each lesson.

Begin each subsequent lesson by reviewing words from the previous lesson. Words often need to be covered a few times for the child to fully internalize them. Remember: solid knowledge of a few words is better than weak knowledge of a lot of words!

Go through the See & Say exercise for each of the review words. If your child struggles to recognize a word, cover that word again in the main lesson, going through all five teaching techniques. If he has trouble with more than two of the review words, then set aside the new words you were planning to introduce and devote that day’s lesson to review.

Learning sight words takes lots of repetition. We have numerous sight words games that will make that repetition fun and entertaining for you and your child.
The games are of course the most entertaining part of the sight words program, but they need to wait until after the first part of the sight words lesson.
Games reinforce what the lesson teaches.
Do not use games to introduce new words.

Introduce new sight words using this sequence of five teaching techniques:

See & Say — A child sees the word on the flash card and says the word while underlining it with her finger.
Spell Reading — The child says the word and spells out the letters, then reads the word again.
Arm Tapping — The child says the word and then spells out the letters while tapping them on his arm, then reads the word again.
Air Writing — A child says the word, then writes the letters in the air in front of the flash card.
Table Writing — A child writes the letters on a table, first looking at and then not looking at the flash card.
These techniques work together to activate different parts of the brain. The exercises combine many repetitions of the word (seeing, hearing, speaking, spelling, and writing) with physical movements that focus the child’s attention and cement each word into the child’s long-term memory.

The lessons get the child up to a baseline level of competence that is then reinforced by the games, which take them up to the level of mastery. All you need is a flash card for each of the sight words you are covering in the lesson.

Of course, every child will make mistakes in the process of learning sight words. They might get confused between similar-looking words or struggle to remember phonetically irregular words.

Use our Corrections Procedure every time your child makes a mistake in a sight words lesson or game. Simple and straightforward, it focuses on reinforcing the correct identification and pronunciation of the word. It can be done quickly without disrupting the flow of the activity.

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Sharmila Kannan.
Phonics Trainer.
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53 Comments

  1. My son not read mam eppadi sollitharathu mam.unga videos use ful

  2. Mam en ponnu third standard cbse lla padikkara,avaluku eng read Panna theriyathu,enna mam panrathu,enaku konjam help pannunga mam

  3. Thank you thank you very much ma'am in other what they are the solominal and speaking

  4. Phonics level wise pdf panne link send pannuga ma please, noo money please help me mam

  5. Sister tamil upload school start panna poranha.

  6. The games are really impressive. I think my daughter is able to play the first game.

  7. Very impressive Mam … Good play for kids for this lockdown.. Mam can you share the snake and ladder game chart please.. can you tell how to download… I'm also sharing my email id- [email protected]gmail.com.. if you share it will gr8 help in this lockdown time for by kids… Thanks in advance

  8. When to start this game dr
    I mean age group
    Is there any printables available?

  9. Is it suitable for 5 years old child mam?

  10. Ithoda pdf upload pannunga madam…it will be helpful

  11. Hi Mam, my mail I'd is [email protected]gmail.com, Pls send me the sight word game printable, I prepared the phonics flash cards by seeing all your videos, thank you so much mam

  12. Hi mam
    Very impressive game
    I want to download snake and ladder game chart for my kid, can u mail me mam?
    This is my mail address ( [email protected])
    Thank you
    Loads of Love from Singapore ❤️❤️

  13. Very useful mam.. Now my daughter able to read n play… Great job.. Need dis chart

  14. Mam unga video romba useful a iruku.enaku bingo,snake ladder games rendume venum madam. Pls link anupunga madam

  15. hi mam my child was studing third standard but he can't spell and prounounce the word so please give your contact number please reply mam

  16. Which year babyku introduce pannanum this game & sight word mam pls sollunga

  17. Hi mam I saw your all videos spr…
    I'm handling kg it's useful for me thank you mam

  18. Hello mam any sight word book refer panuga mam. Which book is best for learning sight words

  19. Awesome pa really useful my daughter pa

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