Sing & Spell the Sight Words - Volume 3 - Animated DVD

$ 15.00

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Words Covered Are:
again, away, because, come, could, help, house, how, jump, little, look, make, one, run, should, their, there, they're, three, to, too, two, want, we're, were, when, where, who, why, and would.

We've updated another set of our Sight Word songs with fun animations and actions, created specifically to help children memorize the spellings of 30 more high frequency words. This award winning program has been used with children from Kindergarten up to the beginning of third grade. With the words written out onscreen and fun movements choreographed to help with memorization, these fun songs help children easily memorize the spellings as they are able to learn the alphabet and begin writing. This set of songs also includes words with multiple meanings and spellings, such as homonyms like "there," "their," and "they're." For these words, the songs also help the children remember the meanings and spellings of each of these tricky words that even adults consistently confuse!

The Importance of Sight Words
“Sight word” is the term that many teachers use to describe a word in written English that cannot be sounded out, and therefore must be memorized on sight. The reason that most sight words cannot be sounded out is because they do not follow the regular spelling and phonics patterns that are often taught to children when they are beginning to read.
For example, in the word, “the,” the reader must first recognize that the “th” together forms one sound /th/, and the “e” makes neither the short or long /e/ sound, but a short /u/ sound. Likewise, the word, “said” may start and end phonetically, but the middle of the word has short /e/ sound spelled with two letters (“ai”) that are not sounded at all.

In addition, when the children find the words or movements amusing, they are also more likely to remember that song/word, since it touched their emotional side as well. All of this adds up to a learning tool that can reach even special needs children in a regular classroom setting, while at the same time keeping the faster learners happy and challenged as well- because ALL kids learn best when learning is FUN and ACTIVE!

Check out Heidi's blog for more information on Sing & Spell 3:
-What is the best way to use "Sing and Spell"?
-Morning Routines That Really Work for Pre-K and Kindergarten- and MORE Hidden Sight Word Worksheets!
-Questions and Answers
-Teaching Writing to Kindergartners



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