You is one of the most commonly used words for beginning readers, and it's important that they're able to identify the word with ease for better fluency as they grow in their reading journeys. This free worksheet features the word 'you' and uses different colored words and traceable lines to let your child practice visual-discriminatory skills that reinforce the identification of the word 'you'.
When young children learn to read, sight words are key for their fluency and confidence. The common sight words 'you' and 'like' are often used in beginning readers, both in identification and speech, and this free worksheet gives them practice being successful in using basic sight words combined for reading small phrases. They'll find success in writing the words as well, using the traceable lines and the big green dots to represent motion, and they'll be adding to their sight word vocabulary in a meaningful way.
Sight word reading is how great readers begin their reading journey. Building their sight word vocabulary is how they become more fluent readers, and this free PDF worksheet lets them see the word 'like' in many different ways. The different colors and traceable lines offer them the opportunity to use their visual discrimination skills, and they'll learn how to differentiate this popular and common sight word from other similarly used words.
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