Learn to read series: body parts/ 5 senses!
What is it
Progressive sight word books to teach your child how to read
Repetition of target words provided for practice
Exploring body parts and five senses
Learn to read series: 'I see with my eyes’
Learn to read series:‘I hear with my ears'
Learn to read series:‘I smell with my nose’
Learn to read series: 'I taste with my tongue’
Learn to read series: 'I touch with my hands’
Develop reading skills
Learn to read common sight words
How to use
Learn to read series
Build a good habit by having your child point to each word as he/she reads- This helps with attending!
Verbally prompt your child to read the target sight words on the first 3 to 4 pages. On the following page, pause and allow your child some time to read the target word on his own.
If he is able to read the target words, praise, praise, praise! Allow him to read independently for the rest of the book.
If he still struggles, it’s ok! Continue prompting a few more times, and pause and allow for him to read on his own again.
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Practice makes perfect! It is ok to have your child read the same book over and over again. Repetition helps with learning!
Get your child to point to different sight words to see if he/she can identify the words receptively (e.g. point to ‘is’; point to ‘the’)
Once he has learnt to read a word, practice reading the same target words in different books, texts, worksheets, etc.
Embed more learning opportunities
Use real objects to help your child develop a deeper association between the senses and the object.
Create a sensory bin. Mix different objects into a big tub. Get your child to say out what he feels/smell/touch/hears/taste as he explores the various objects.
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