- Review sight words: A, a, to, so, O.K., pink, into, was, car, do, saw, Do, out, fly, bird, of, put, bye, go, Go, no, zero, who, come, some, hello, awk, goes, toes, Ahh, Ohh, my, are, what
- Introduce new sight words: want, have
- Review appropriate sections in the binder.
- Read: Set 3, Book 7 (“Funny Bunny”) 1-6
I don’t know about you, but I still get nervous when I start introducing more than one sight word per book. Especially with this particular child, I find myself wondering, “Can she do it? Will she remember next time?” I want so badly for my students to succeed. But lately, she has been flying, remembering the new words decently by the second time, and quite well by the third and fourth. What a delight to help a fledgling reader!
The nice thing about the last few books in Set 3 is that we won’t be adding any new rules. So we add sight words here and there, while daily practicing the rules we’ve learned and applying them to lots of new words. This is a great chance to build reading muscles before moving on to…Set 4!
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