Help toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners learn sight words with colorful animated cards and fun quick quizzes.
Kids Learning Apps provides 100 animated sight word flashcards, with unique animations and colors for each card.
Sight words is a common term in reading that has a variety of meanings. When it is applied to early reading instruction, it typically refers to the set of about 100 words that continues to appear on almost every page of text. “the, and, at, was, does, their, me, be” are some examples.
In addition to their being very frequent, many of these words cannot be “sounded out.” Preschoolers and Kindergartners are expected to learn them by sight (strickly memorization and no sounding out).
Sight words account for almost 75% of the words used and are very important in early learning. This specifically starts when children are in Preschool.
– 100 sight words
– Quick quizzes, 5 words at a time.
– Ability to control the volume of the background music
– Ability to control the volume of the sound and voice
– Turn on card swipe for easy navigation
– Create another game by turning on the random feature
Listening to and Saying Sight Words**
Sight words are not only frequently used in writing, but they are also essential to conversational English. Because most of the Dolch sight words are already in children’s verbal vocabularies, learning to read them is simply a matter of connecting the print word to the oral version in their prior knowledge banks. Parents and teachers should make explicit connections between the print version of a word and its sound. Pointing to a word while repeating it is one way to do this. Also, adults should have children say the words to help them become actively involved in their learning. This can be as simple as asking them to repeat a word while writing it or as involved as having the child search through a pile of words written on index cards or sentence strips to find a word that best completes a sentence you have written.