Learning sight words is an important part of being a strong reader, and children who have large sight word bases find that reading is easier for them as they're not decoding sight words they already know. Using this free PDF worksheet that focuses on the word 'can,' your child will be able to sharpen their visual discrimination skills to identify all the shapes that have the word 'can' in them. They'll work on fine motor skills as they use the traceable lines, and have picture representation with each line they draw.
Believe it or not, recognizing the sight word 'I' is tougher than you think! When young children are learning to read and looking at sounds letters make, they learn about 'I' in the context of its sound, and not necessarily of it being a word in and of itself. This free worksheet gives them practice with the sight word 'I' and lets them practice their fine motor skills as they use the traceable lines given to connect 'I' with the other shapes that have 'I' in them as well. It's a great way for easy success for your student.
When we put words together, we're communicating! Reading words that are put together is a big step for emerging readers, and putting together the words, "I Can" is empowering! With this new phrase, they're able to read about all the things they can do, and this free worksheet helps them do that while they also work on writing the phrase. They'll use the traceable lines to complete the "I Can," phrase, and then using the picture clue, decode the last word to find success in beginning reading!
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