Sight Word Practice (Set 3): This sight word practice is great for morning work, homework, literacy centers, word work, or any other independent or small group work. Students trace the sight word, write the sight word independently, read and trace a sentence with the sight word, and cut and glue the letters in the sight word to spell word correctly. Each page focuses on one sight word. This set contains the following 21 sight words: do, help, be, said, but, who, ate, came, say, please, funny, soon, ride, out, must, pretty, under, there, too, away, and now.
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