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1 Sight Words Sentences DIRECTIONS: Print out the pages. 1. Practice reading the words. 2. Then write the words. 3. Read the short sentences. 4. Write a short sentence and share IDEAS FOR USING THE PAGES: These are just a few suggestions for using these cards. Come up with your own ideas to get even more fun and use out of them. PARTNER READ: Have students fill out their own pages, and practice reading to each other. PARTNER SHARE: Have students practice writing sentences and share them in groups or pairs.

2 a"" " " ```````" A"man"sat"down." " ````````````````" about" " ```````" Did"you"hear"about"him?" ````````````````" after"" " ```````" You"can"go"after"her." " ````````````````" again" " ```````" We"can"try"again." " ````````````````" all" " " ```````" Pick"up"all"your"toys." " ````````````````" always" " ```````" I"always"eat"my"lunch." ````````````````" am" " " ```````" I"am"happy." " " ````````````````" an" " " ```````" I"want"an"apple."" " ````````````````" and" " " ```````" I"want"juice"and"milk."" ```````````````` any" " " ```````" Do"you"have"any"ice?" " ````````````````" are" " " ```````" They"are"very"nice." " ````````````````" around" " ```````" Go"around"the"mud." " ````````````````" as" " " ```````" It"is"as"cold"as"ice"in"here" ````````````````" ask" " " ```````" Ask"him"to"play"with"us. ````````````````"

3 at"" " " ```````" I"am"at"home." " " ````````````````" ate" " " ```````" I"ate"all"the"cake." " ````````````````" away"" " ```````" The"bird"flew"away." " ````````````````" be" " " ```````" I"want"to"be"happy." " ````````````````" because" " ```````" I"ate,"becauseI m"hungry." ````````````````" been"" " ```````" Where"have"you"been?" ````````````````" before" " ```````" Think"before"you"speak." ````````````````" best" " " ```````" He"is"my"best"friend." " ````````````````" better" " ```````" Pie"is"better"than"cake." ````````````````" big" " " ```````" I"want"a"big"cup"of"milk." ```````````````` black"" " ```````" Is"the"crayon"black?" " ````````````````" blue" " " ```````" The"sky"is"blue." " " ````````````````" both"" " ```````" I"like"both"cake"and"pie." ````````````````" bring"" " ```````" Please"bring"me"a"snack." ````````````````"

4 brown" " ```````" My"dog"is"Brown. ````````````````" but" " " ```````" I"like"dogs"but"not"cats." ````````````````" buy" " " ```````" I"will"buy"a"book." " ````````````````" by" " " ```````" She"lives"by"my"house." ````````````````" call" " " ```````" I"need"to"call"my"mom." ````````````````" came" " ```````" I"am"glad"you"came." " ````````````````" can" " " ```````" Can"you"help"me?" " ````````````````" carry"" " ```````" I"can"carry"my"books." " ````````````````" clean"" " ```````" I"have"to"clean"my"room." ````````````````" cold" " " ```````" I"want"some"cold"juice." ````````````````" come" " ```````" Can"you"come"over"here?" ```````````````` could" " ```````" Could"you"get"this?" " ````````````````" cut" " " ```````" I"cut"some"oranges." " ````````````````" did" " " ```````" I"like"what"he"did." " ````````````````"

5 do" " " ```````" I"do"not"know"what"to"do" ````````````````" does"" " ```````" Does"he"like"school? ````````````````" don t" " ```````" Don t"eat"too"fast" " ````````````````" done"" " ```````" I"am"all"done." " " ````````````````" down" " ```````" The"man"fell"down." " ````````````````" draw"" " ```````" We"can"draw"a"picture." ````````````````" drink"" " ```````" Please"drink"your"milk." ````````````````" eat" " " ```````" It"is"time"to"eat"your"lunch."````````````````" eight"" " ```````" Eight"is"more"than"seven." ````````````````" every" " ```````" Every"day"I"eat"an"apple." ````````````````" fall" " " ```````" Try"not"to"fall"down." " ````````````````" far" " " ```````" She"can"throw"the"ball"far." ```````````````` fast" " " ```````" That"car"is"fast." " " ````````````````" find" " " ```````" Did"you"find"your"key?" ````````````````"

6 first" " " ```````" I"came"in"first"in"the"race." ````````````````" five" " " ```````" I"am"five"years"old." " ````````````````" fly" " " ```````" A"pilot"can"fly"an"airplane. ````````````````" for" " " ```````" Ask"your"teacher"for"help." ````````````````" found" " ```````" You"found"your"dog" " ````````````````" four" " " ```````" My"cat"is"four"years"old." ````````````````" from"" " ```````" I"walk"home"from"school." ````````````````" full" " " ```````" My"belly"is"full." " " ````````````````" funny" " ```````" That"girl"is"very"funny." ````````````````" gave" " " ```````" Dad"gave"me"this"toy."" ````````````````" get" " " ```````" Do"not"get"sick" " " ````````````````" give" " " ```````" She"will"give"me"a"cookie." ````````````````" go" " " ```````" I"want"to"go"to"sleep." " ````````````````" goes" " " ```````" Mom"goes"to"work." " ````````````````"

7 going" " ```````" Are"you"going"home?"" ```````````````` good"" " ```````" Is"this"pizza"good?" " ````````````````" got" " " ```````" My"sister"got"sick." " ````````````````" green" " ```````" The"grass"is"green." " ````````````````" grow"" " ```````" I"never"want"to"grow"up." ````````````````" had" " " ```````" He"had"to"go"home. ````````````````" has" " " ```````" She"has"a"hat." " " ````````````````" have"" " ```````" I"have"have"some"friends." ````````````````" he" " " ```````" He"is"very"nice." " " ````````````````" help" " " ```````" I"like"to"help." " " ````````````````" her" " " ```````" Did"you"see"her"today?" ````````````````" here" " " ```````" Let s"play"here." " " ````````````````" him" " " ```````" Be"nice"to"him." " " ````````````````" his" " " ```````" I"want"to"ride"his"bike." ````````````````"

8 hold" " " ```````" Will"you"hold"my"hand?" ````````````````" hot" " " ```````" This"soup"is"hot."" " ````````````````" how" " " ```````" How"do"I"get"there?" " ```````````````` hurt" " " ```````" Does"your"leg"hurt?" " ````````````````" I" " " ```````" I"like"cats." " " " ````````````````" if" " " ```````" Go"home"if"you"feel"sick." ````````````````" in" " " ```````" It"is"cold"in"here" " ````````````````" into" " " ```````" I"ran"into"the"wall" ````````````````" is" " " ```````" My"dog"is"at"home." " ````````````````" it" " " ```````" I"gave"it"to"him." " " ````````````````" its" " " ```````" The"dog"wagged"its"tail." ````````````````" jump"" " ```````" Now"you"can"jump." " ````````````````" just" " " ```````" We"should"just"try"it." " ````````````````" keep"" " ```````" Keep"your"room"clean"." ````````````````"

9 kind" " " ```````" You"should"always"be"kind."````````````````" know" " ```````" How"do"you"know"that?" ````````````````" laugh" " ```````" I"like"to"laugh." " " ````````````````" let" " " ```````" I"let"him"have"the"toy." ```````````````` light" " " ```````" Please,"turn"on"the"light." ````````````````" like" " " ```````" Do"they"like"pizza?" " ````````````````" little" " " ```````" I"have"a""little"dog." " ````````````````" live" " " ```````" Where"do"you"live?" " ````````````````" long" " " ```````" Throw"a"long"pass" ````````````````" look" " " ```````" Look"at"those"flowers" ````````````````" made" " ```````" I"made"a"mistake." " ````````````````" make" " ```````" I"can"make"a"cake." " ````````````````" many" " ```````" I"know"many"songs." " ````````````````" may" " " ```````" May"I"have"more"bread?" ````````````````"

10 me" " " ```````" Give"your"paper"to"me." ````````````````" much" " ```````" I"ate"too"much" " " ````````````````" must"" " ```````" I"must"take"a"nap." " ````````````````" my" " " ```````" I"want"my"daddy." " ````````````````" myself" " ```````" I"can"read"by"myself." " ```````````````` never" " ```````" I"never"stay"up"late." " ````````````````" new" " " ```````" I"love"new"books." " ````````````````" no" " " ```````" I"have"no"pencils." " ````````````````" not" " " ```````" Do"not"yell"in"here" " ````````````````" now" " " ```````" Now"I"can"get"to"sleep. ````````````````" of" " " ```````" I"want"a"piece"of"cake." ````````````````" off" " " ```````" The"book"fell"off"the"shelf." ````````````````" old" " " ```````" This"book"looks"old." " ````````````````" on" " " ```````" Put"it"on"the"table." " ````````````````"

11 once"" " ```````" Let s"play"once"more."" ````````````````" one" " " ```````" Call"one"of"your"friends." ````````````````" only" " " ```````" I"only"eat"bread"for"lunch." ````````````````" open"" " ```````" I"will"open"the"door"for"her."````````````````" or" " " ```````" Do"you"want"juice"or"milk?" ````````````````" our" " " ```````" Please"come"to"our"house." ```````````````` out" " " ```````" We"are"all"out"of"milk." ```````````````` over" " " ```````" Can"you"come"over"today?" ````````````````" own" " " ```````" I"have"my"own"pencil."" ````````````````" pick" " " ```````" Please"pick"a"snack." " ````````````````" play" " " ```````" We"can"play"over"there" ````````````````" please" " ```````" Please"ask"him"to"be"nice. ````````````````" pretty" " ```````" Flowers"are"so"pretty."" ````````````````" pull" " " ```````" Can"you"pull"the"wagon?" ````````````````"

12 put" " " ```````" Put"it"over"there,"please." ````````````````" ran" " " ```````" The"dog"ranafter"her." ````````````````" read" " " ```````" It"is"time"to"read." " ````````````````" red" " " ```````" She"has"a"red"coat." " ````````````````" ride" " " ```````" I"want"to"ride"a"horse." ````````````````" right"" " ```````" I"draw"with"my"right"hand." ````````````````" round" " ```````" The"ball"is"round." " ````````````````" run" " " ```````" I"went"for"a"run."" " ```````````````` said" " " ```````" Do"you"know"what"he"said?"````````````````" saw" " " ```````" They"saw"some"lions." " ````````````````" say" " " ```````" I"don t"know"what"to"say." ````````````````" see" " " ```````" It"is"too"dark"to"seein"here"````````````````" seven" " ```````" A"week"is"seven"days. ````````````````" shall" " " ```````" I"shall"get"home"first." " ````````````````"

13 she" " " ```````" She"ate"all"the"cake." " ````````````````" show"" " ```````" Show"me"your"picture." ````````````````" sing" " " ```````" I"will"sing"a"song." " ````````````````" sit" " " ```````" Let s"sitdown." " " ````````````````" six" " " ```````" I"am"six"years"old." " ````````````````" sleep"" " ```````" I"sleep"at"night." " " ````````````````" small"" " ```````" My"cat"is"very"small." " ````````````````" so" " " ```````" She"is"so"nice." " " ````````````````" some" " ```````" I"want"some"cookies." " ```````````````` soon"" " ```````" Will"the"show"start"soon?" ````````````````" start" " " ```````" Yes,"it"will"start"soon." " ````````````````" stop" " " ```````" Stop"running"in"the"hall" ````````````````" take" " " ```````" My"dog"must"take"a"bath." ````````````````" tell" " " ```````" Tell"him"where"we"are. ````````````````"

14 ten" " " ```````" You"have"ten"fingers." " ````````````````" thank" " ```````" Thank"him"for"the"cake." ````````````````" that" " " ```````" The"bird"flew"that"way." ````````````````" the" " " ```````" The"bird"sat"on"the"rock." ````````````````" their"" " ```````" Let s"play"their"game."" ````````````````" them"" " ```````" I"want"to"play"with"them." ````````````````" then" " " ```````" Then"we"can"go"home." ````````````````" there" " ```````" My"car"is"over"there." " ````````````````" these" " ```````" I"want"these"shoes." " ````````````````" they" " " ```````" Where"did"they"go?" " ```````````````` think"" " ```````" I"thinkthey"went"home." ````````````````" this" " " ```````" This"park"is"very"nice."" ````````````````" those" " ```````" Let s"play"by"those"trees." ````````````````" three" " ```````" I"have"three"best"friends." ````````````````"

15 to" " " ```````" Ask"him"to"play"with"us. ````````````````" today" " ```````" I"am"at"home"today." " ````````````````" together" " ```````" We"ate"the"cake"together." ````````````````" too" " " ```````" The"kite"flew"away,"too." ````````````````" try" " " ```````" You"can"try"it"after"her." ````````````````" two" " " ```````" Let s"play"two"more"times." ````````````````" under" " ```````" Your"toys"are"under"there." ````````````````" up" " " ```````" I"always"sit"up"in"my"chair." ````````````````" upon"" " ```````" I"sat"upon"a"chair." " ````````````````" us" " " ```````" Mom"gave"us"apples." " ````````````````" use" " " ```````" I"want"to"use"a"hammer." ```````````````` very" " " ```````" She"is"very"nice."" " ````````````````" walk" " " ```````" We"must"walk"home."" ````````````````" want"" " ```````" I"want"a"new"book." " ````````````````"

16 warm" " ```````" It"is"warm"in"here" " ````````````````" was" " " ```````" Dad"was"playing"with"us." ````````````````" wash"" " ```````" Wash"your"hands." " ````````````````" we" " " ```````" We"ate"all"the"cake." " ````````````````" well" " " ```````" I"do"not"feel"well." " ````````````````" went"" " ```````" My"cold"went"away." " ````````````````" were"" " ```````" They"were"nice"to"me." ````````````````" what"" " ```````" What"time"is"it?"" " ````````````````" when" " ```````" When"will"mom"get"home?"````````````````" where" " ```````" Where"are"my"toys?" " ````````````````" which" " ```````" Which"cup"is"mine?" " ````````````````" white" " ```````" Snow"is"white." " " ````````````````" who" " " ```````" Who"wants"an"orange?" ````````````````" why" " " ```````" Why"is"this"here?" " ```````````````` "

17 will" " " ```````" I"willeat"that"food." " ````````````````" wish" " " ```````" I"wish"I"had"a"pony." " ````````````````" with" " " ```````" I"want"to"play"with"her." ````````````````" work"" " ```````" It"is"time"to"get"to"work" ````````````````" would" " ```````" Would"you"like"more? ````````````````" write"" " ```````" I"will"write"a"letter." " ````````````````" yellow" " ```````" The"flower"is"yellow." " ````````````````" yes" " " ```````" Yes,"I"want"more"milk." ````````````````" you" " " ```````" You"can"go"after"her." " ````````````````" your" " " ```````" Let s"play"your"game."" ````````````````"

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