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The Charm of Online Sight Words Games

Magic words, snappy words, high-frequency words, and instant words are all different terms for sight-reading. Children need to learn to identify these words without sounding them out or breaking them down into phonetic sounds. Examples of sight words include here, why, and are.

Sight words are also called popcorn words. Children ‘pop’ out their response the moment they see the word presented before them. They should be able to read sight words unconsciously with enough practice.

Encourage Independent Learning with Online Sight Words Practice

Every child learns sight words differently and at varied paces. Regardless of how they learn, here are some important tips that help teach sight words to children:

  • The learner: When you look at sight word games or lists, you will notice a corresponding age or grade alongside it. These are only indicative. Every child learns differently, and the developmental stage of your child should help you plan accordingly. Once your child is comfortable with all the letter sounds and identification, you may begin introducing sight words to them.
  • The words and sounds: When a child is aware of all letter sounds, they begin to learn to string them together. The sight of letter strings and sounds of each letter are stored together as a sight word. This happens unconsciously when a child is ready to read.
  • The learning patterns: The brain learns through patterns, and learning to read follows the same principle. The first step to reading is memorizing letter sequences. Helping them learn and memorize these patterns will help children understand that this is not a random process without structure. Instead, they will learn to understand how to form patterns and develop cues to read better.

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Children learn and develop familiarity with sight words gradually. This is what you can typically expect a child to do:

  • Children can become better readers when parents build a large base of sight words. Students in grade one are usually familiar with terms like when, some, and any. With each grade, children are expected to add more words to their sight-seeing word bank.
  • In the pre-primary stages, children may be able to read words like ‘a’, ‘it’, and ‘the’. This is the starting line for a kindergartner, but it may be the simplest practice for us adults.
  • For children in pre-primary grades, it may prove essential for them to build a strong foundation of sight words when they move into grade 1.

Methods for Learning Sight Words At Home

Making the process of sight word learning fun requires some time and thought. These are some methods to ensure learning is maximized:

  • Goal: The expected goal is that your child will eventually be able to recognize and read sight words automatically. Using exciting and interactive techniques will help them participate willingly and learn faster.
  • Participation: As parents or teachers, you can be an active part of the process. Children learn quickly in an inclusive environment. Set aside a dedicated time each day to learn, practice, and build on sight words. When kids play  sight word games, they feel motivated to learn.
  • Engagement: Children need to be engaged in multiple ways. Help them play games involving letter and word sounds, build a sight-reading wall, make simple jigsaws with sight words, and always include some simple memory games to ensure the child can apply and recall words accurately.
  • Support: Every child needs encouragement and support. It may take them a while to get familiar with sight words. They may also need rigorous practice in reading, recalling, and writing words clearly. Do not rush the process or compare the child’s progress with anyone else. Importantly, remember that children have a natural desire to learn. They can feel disappointed when they struggle. Encourage them and show confidence in their abilities.

Teach Your Child Sight Words with SplashLearn Fun Reading Games

Today’s age is all about a gamified learning experience. Our fun-filled methods in learning, practicing, and memorizing sight words for children of different grades are easier and more enjoyable. Do make sure to look through SplashLearn’s sight word games and exercises for inspiring ideas.

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