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Anybody need a nice clean list of the First Hundred Fry Words offered in a font that is designed for primary school?  (Free.)

Anybody need a nice clean list of the First Hundred Fry Words offered in a font that is designed for primary school? (Free.)

This Fry word list contains 50% of the words that appear in all printed materials, as opposed to the Dolch list (words commonly found in basal reading textbooks)

This Fry word list contains 50% of the words that appear in all printed materials, as opposed to the Dolch list (words commonly found in basal reading textbooks)

fourth grade sight words | Fourth Grade 200 High Frequency Words

fourth grade sight words | Fourth Grade 200 High Frequency Words

Dolch Sight Words Grade Three Word List

Dolch Sight Words: Free Flash Cards and Lists for Dolch High Frequency Words

FREE Sight Word BLACKOUT - for Beginning Sight Words ~ 30+ DIFFERENT Boards | This Reading Mama

Sight Word BLACKOUT - for Beginning Sight Words

These 14 scrambled sentences contain mostly high frequency words to help students learn to recognize them by sight.   The sentence cards come in color AND black and white.

These 14 scrambled sentences contain mostly high frequency words to help students learn to recognize them by sight. The sentence cards come in color AND black and white.

Fry's Second 100 Sight Words:  Download this free Fry word list and FREE flashcards for all of Fry’s 1000 Sight Words on Unique Teaching Resources.

Fry 1000 Instant Words For Teaching Reading: Free Flash Cards and Word Lists

Fry's Second 100 Sight Words: Download this free Fry word list and FREE flashcards for all of Fry’s 1000 Sight Words on Unique Teaching Resources.

How do you teach learned words or high frequency words? Using a multisensory approach, along with S.W.I. or structured word inquiry is a highly effective way to make a long lasting imprint on the brain and get your kids reading and spelling them correctly. Find out how to make it work for your students today!

How do you teach learned words or high frequency words? Using a multisensory approach, along with S.W.I. or structured word inquiry is a highly effective way to make a long lasting imprint on the brain and get your kids reading and spelling them correctly. Find out how to make it work for your students today!

This worksheet was created to align with the sight words or high frequency words commonly found in level A text.  Students read the word, write the word, and then make the word by gluing letter tiles.  Enjoy!

This worksheet was created to align with the sight words or high frequency words commonly found in level A text. Students read the word, write the word, and then make the word by gluing letter tiles. Enjoy!