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100 Write-and-Learn Sight Word Practice Pages: Engaging Reproducible Activity Pages That Help Kids Recognize, Write, and Really LEARN the Top 100 High-Frequency Words That are Key to Reading Success Paperback – February 1, 2002
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There seems to be a discrepancy in the skill levels required to do these pages. If a child needs practice spelling and writing the words, " me", "it", or " and" , then how can he be expected to write a sentence including that word at the bottom of the page? The example on the cover shows the page where the kids are learning the sight word, "me". Then the child wrote, "please pass me the butter " at the bottom. Even simple sentences seem like a strecth for me. If the child can write full sentences then they probably don't need a worksheet for 2 and 3 letter words.
I suppose the child could be given a very simple example sentence and then asked to copy it...i don't know. I think they could have made better use of the bottom of the page. Maybe some kind of puzzle or activity?
The worksheet pages are not quite 81/2 by 11 but I enlarge them slightly.