Please make sure you are helping your child learn these each week. It is much easier to learn a few at a time than to cram them in at the end of the marking period. They are a necessary tool for making progress in reading and writing. Your child should be able to read and write these fluently.
First Marking Period: I, a, am, see, the, and, go, had, can, he, me, like, play, has, you, we, my, of, as, at
Second Marking Period: in, to, love, went, have, it, is, him, his, girl, on, did, not, come, here, put
Third Marking Period: how, for, but, up, look, all, are, with, her, what, was, because, said, that, down, they, do, out, some, boy, when, then, little
Read Every Night!
Remember to practice reading with your children every night. You read to them and then listen to them read to you. Fluency comes with practice; and fluent readers enjoy books more and become avid readers. Let's grow lifelong readers!
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