Key Words, or sight words, are commonly used words that your child will learn to recognize and read by sight. Each child will be given a list of Key words (in the sleeve in their purple homework folder) to study as part of his or her nightly homework routine. Once your child has mastered the first 25 key words, please write me a note asking for the next 50. Please put the note in their folder. The dry erase sleeves only need to be practiced if there are still words your child needs to work on.
In class, we will introduce a few key words each week.
Study Tip: Read-Spell-Read students can practice reading the word, spelling the word, then reading it again. This way, they will be able to recognize the word while reading as well as knowing how to spell it when writing. Give it a try!
Key Words that have been introduced in class:
List of Current Key Words: I, a, the, up, we, see, and, like, to, at, play, be, me, you, am, his, was, it, my, are, when, us,said, because, from, put, she, they, of, get, want, in, by, he, love, want,come, here, this, what,should, too, came, help, down, look, where, mom, good, who, does, that, so, going, now, out, about, her, howIayesnotheseemybylikeisgoanddotohereitatoninbecausesaidplaywithforyoulovefromhavethislittlemeheshewebenotveryasupoutthatallofcanortheywentwantsawwasDearhismakecomewouldshouldcouldhouseLast Modified on 9/6/2009 10:40:37 PM