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First 100 Words: A Padded Board Book

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Dolch carefully selected terms that featured regularly in children's literature, such as fundamental pronouns, prepositions, adverbs, conjunctions, and a selection of common nouns.

Teaching language to a child is super important… it’s how they communicate and learn to understand others. Therefore, by learning about them thoroughly in English classes, children can improve their spoken communication skills and feel better understood when communicating ideas. You might want to use it for an upcoming spelling test or generally practising High Frequency Words. This printable provides a comprehensive list of the first 100 sight words, which are high-frequency words commonly used in reading and writing.For more fun ways to teach children about high frequency words try our High Frequency Words Snakes and Ladders Board Game.

So when you’re first starting out think about the language you’d like your child to use the most… names, toys, instructions? Specially designed with eco-saving ink and available to print in a number of versions, this resource is fantastic for using at home. This 100 high-frequency words bumper pack is full of wonderful resources for you to use during your KS1 lessons.Choose a group of high-frequency terms that are frequently seen in written material to utilize as a starting point. Educators may assist students develop reading fluency, comprehension, and general literacy abilities by introducing sight words into reading lessons. High-frequency words are words that are used most commonly and frequently used in the English language, for example, 'and', 'the', 'as', and 'it'. Perfect for working through over the course of a term, this booklet is an engaging and enjoyable way to make sure that you are teaching all 100 words.

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