We definitely have some Super Readers!
A Super Reader will use everything thing he/she knows to read! Pointer Power--He/she will look, point, and read everything he/she can. We will also work on when he/she reads, every word said has to match a word he/she points to on the page. We want your child to learn that when he/she stops reading, there can't be any words left over or any extra words coming our of his/her mouth.
We have more Super Powers to learn and use this week. There will be so many super powers for your child to use to help them grow as readers! The children will learn how to use their reread power, their partner power to help with reading and pointing, using the picture power to help to read, use snap words (red words), and sound power to read the words.
Continue to practice tapping each word only once even if the word is longer. Many times, children think they need to do a tap for all the syllables. This is not the case. One word equals one tap. If there's a problem, go back and reread to make it match. Have your child to practice this at home. If you notice he/she is off on the words, encourage them to go back and try again.
Super Readers keep practicing!
SIGHT WORD WORK FOR HOME (THESE ARE ALSO CALLED RED WORDS)
New words: will, too, all
Continue to review these:
the, my, I, go, me, a, like, is, on, it, and, up, in, so, we, at, see, he, do, to, you, an, no, can, am, went, this, are, look, for, get, was, had, they
Here is a link which contain ideas for you to practice these:
2.Sight Word Activities for PARENTS | TheHappyTeacher
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