This Video (2/10) and printable Worksheet helps dyslexic and non dyslexic children to become fluent readers.
These words do not need the reader to rely on the use of phonics to decode them when reading.
Many of the high frequency words are not phonically regular and are hard to read in the early stages – these are often referred to as “tricky words”.
Most of the high frequency words are tricky and it is hard to explain the meaning of the words to a child, for example “the” “or” “that”…
This useful resource give readers plenty of practice reading and writing 10 of the top 100 sight words.
Download First 100 High Frequency Words Sheet 2 to help children practice and revise these words.
We hope you enjoyed this speed reading challenge – please let us know how you got on by posting a comment bellow this post.