Students will enjoy learning sight words “this”, “is”, “my”, and “me” along with some other familiar words, like “what” and “is”. Practicing new sight words and words already in their vocabulary has never been easier. This sight word reader, Book E: “What is it For?”, provides the student with a chance to think creatively and purposefully about an every-day object or tool. Illustrating pages such as “What is it for?” requires them to consider what to draw and how to draw it in a way that their readers will understand.
Along with easy-to-follow dotted sentences, this easy sight word flip books teach one-to-one correspondence as well as connect word identification to the student’s own world. After finishing each book, students can read by themselves or with help from a more proficient reader. The possibilities are endless for these printable sight word books!
Students will love the chance to share this personalized reader with parents and friends. With space to either glue photos or to illustrate their own, this sight word reader helps students to understand the function of everyday items. Lead your preschooler through 2nd grade students through this sight word book where illustrations and sentences come alive!
In this leveled sight word book, you will find:
Sight Words used: what, is
New Words: it, for, a
Next leveled sight word book in this series: “This is My”
Preceding leveled sight word book in this series: “You and Me”
Printing Instructions: Print single-sided (black and white will use less color ink!)
Binding Instructions: After filling out and completing each page as desired, cut out each page and staple on the left.