Sight Words List:

220 words that will help your kids
read smoothly and confidently

The most common sight words list is the Dolch list which is made up of 220 of the most frequently used words found in children’s books. In fact, this list makes up over half of all printed material. 

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When children learn to recognize these words automatically and instantly, they are on the path to reading fluency. The list is below alphabetically.

Dolch Sight Words List

adoneIoutthese
aboutdon'titoverthey
afterdown inownthink
againdrawintopackthis
alldrinkisplaythose
alwayseatitpleasethree
ameightitsprettyto
aneveryjumppulltoday
andfailjustputtogether
anyfarkeeprantoo
arefastkindreadtry
aroundfindknowredtwo
asfirst laughrideunder
askfiveletrightup
atflylightroundupon
atefor likerunus
awayfoundlittlesaiduse
befourlivesawvery
becausefromlongsaywalk
beenfulllookseewant
beforefunnymadesevenwarm
bestgavemakeshallwas
bettergetmanyshewash
biggivemayshowwe
blackgomesingwell
bluegoesmuchsitwent
bothgoingmustsixwere
bringgoodmysleepwhat
browngotmyselfsmallwhen
butgreenneversowhere
buygrownewsomewhich
byhadnosoonwhite
callhasnot startwho
camehavenowstopwhy
canheoftakewill
carryhelpofftellwish
cleanheroldtenwith
coldhereonthankwork
comehimoncethatwould
couldhisonethewrite
cutholdonlytheiryellow
didhotopenthemyes
dohoworthenyou
doeshurtourthereyour



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Included on this site are some activities and games that will help develop your preschooler's fine motor skills.

When your child can do these activities with ease, then they can move on to preschool writing activity books that will help them have fun and enjoy their new found skill.

The development of these skills will allow for your child to be able to complete tasks such as writing, drawing, and buttoning up their clothes.

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