Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6Sight Words Kindergarten Parent InfoGuide Building Reading Skills – Item 791 www.woodburnpress.com Copyrighted Material 2016 Edition WOODBURN PRESS a am an and at can come do go he here I in is it like look me my no on see so the Learning “sight words” (words that appear often in early readers) will help your Kindergartener become a better, more confident reader. To help your child learn sight words, write each word on an index card. Start off by focusing on just a few words, and add new words as you go. Be sure to keep the learning playful and fun! Here are 30 sight words your child should be able to read by the end of the year. Your support and involvement are keys to your child’s success in school! If you ever have concerns about your child’s progress, or if you are looking for more ways to help build reading skills at home, talk to your child’s teacher. When parents and teachers work together, great things can happen. this to up we went you ©Copyright Woodburn Press LLC all rights reserved This digital publication was presented by: