Reading A-Z resources organized into weekly content-based units and differentiated instruction options.
Prepare students for reading success with three sets of high-frequency word books, which
includes the most commonly used sight words in printed text. Each set targets
high-frequency words, including sight words of gradually decreasing frequency. High-Frequency Word Books introduce
these common words in an easy-to-read format with non-high-frequency words shown with a
rebus. Repeated use will lead to greater fluency, reading rate, and reader confidence.
Since high-frequency words, or sight words, are essential to fluent reading, and since
many are not decodable in English, repeated exposure and memorization are crucial.
High-Frequency Word Books introduce the most common and most essential words in the early sets
and reinforce those words in subsequent sets.
Review the complete list of words in each set and the order they are introduced and reviewed:
Memorization comes most easily through repetition. Students need to read and write high-frequency words as often as possible.
Provide students with their own copies of the printable High-Frequency Word Books to read repeatedly. Have students circle, underline, or write the sight words on the book pages.
Supporting bingo cards, flashcards, and the High-Frequency Word Strategy Bank provide different ways to integrate high-frequency words in your reading instruction.
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