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Learn To Read Series: Fruits theme!

What is it

Sight word books to teach your child to read

  • Repetition of target words provided for practice

  • Different pictures of the same fruits provided for generalisation

Learn to read series: Fruits

  1. I see a (fruit)!

  2. This is a (fruit).

  3. I like (fruit)!

  4. I like to eat (fruit)!

  5. Do you like (fruit)? Yes I do!

  6. The (fruit) is (colour).

Check out the whole sight word book >>>

Teaching Objectives

  • Develop reading skills

  • Learn to read common sight words

  • Develop vocabulary

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 the rest of the book independently.

  • If he still struggles, it’s ok! Continue prompting a few more times, then pause to allow him to try reading the words on his own again.

Examples of other sight word books

Teaching tips

  • Read to your child daily to help him develop a love for reading! Not only are you teaching him how to sound out words, you are also growing their vocabulary and building essential comprehension skills.

  • 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 ‘like’; point to ‘see’)

  • Practice reading the same sight words in different books, texts, worksheets, etc.

  • Use our other ‘Learn to read series’ sight word books in different themes e.g. animals, transport and body parts! Click here to explore:

Embed more learning opportunities

  • Matching: Match fruit toys to the pictures in the books!

  • Pretend play: cut the fruits, put on a plate, serve it to a doll, pretend to eat!

  • Prepare actual fruits for your child to see, touch, smell and taste!

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