I don’t actually teach these as sight words. But I’m sure you’ve realized that by now.
If you have been following along with all of the lessons up until this point, your child knows everything he needs to know to read this book. Some of the words might be new to him, yes. He may have to sound some out, yes. But he knows all the rules for all of the sounds in the book.
He can do this.
Now, some students will stumble a lot while they are sounding out the words — the younger the student, the more likely this happens. If he stumbles, have him read through it twice. If he does really well — not that it has to be perfect, but that it is a truly good reading on the first try — then I would move on after only one day on the book.
He’s done a great job, and he’ll really enjoy the sense of accomplishment of getting through a book in a single day.
Here are the lesson plans:
Lesson Two (optional)
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