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First Grade Sight Words

These are the five lists of sight words also known as high frequency words that your child should be able to recognize by the end of the year.  Please help your child learn these words. Start with List A once your child has mastered list A then you may move on to list B.
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Click here for a link below to download, click arrow, print, and practice sight words at home. 
Expectations: First grade: A-E, Second grade F-H. Student should be able to spell words from List A-E. 

 List A

the

I

to

a

is

my

go

me

like

on

in

so

we

it

and

up

at

see

he

do

you


an

can

no

am

 List B

went

are

this

look

for

get

come

got

play

was

had

they

will

too

all

be

as


ball

by

day

did

has

her

him

fun

 List C

eat

if

jump

man

or

not

mom

out

now

of

put

ran

sat

read

run


she

sit

then

his

say

us

yes

saw

girl

how

 List D

when

your

about

from

than

away

them

came

big

been

after

who

back


I’m

because

very

could

have

make

any

into

there

were

mother

just

 List E 

little

two

going

here

but

that

said

over

don’t

our


what

with

three

their

where

want

today

home

down

under

much

love

know

take

let

 List F

things

school

walk

always

great

find

until

last

high

easy


next

pretty

more

idea

soon

often

such

best

think

family

never

house

wait

same

ask

 List G

again

each

begin

goes

together

does

friend

enough

should

you're


through

ready

might

suddenly

special

beautiful

couldn't

either

thought

they're

while

themselves

without

probably

yourself

List H

near

everything

wouldn't

need

kind

different

myself

everyone

few

being


really

understand

might

question

against

old

happen

several

someone

slowly

better

since

answer

plan

wanted



There are many games you can play with sight words. 
1. Memory Match: Write the sight words on two index cards and flip them upside down. then have students say, spell, say the sight words. 
2. Flashcards: Have your child read them nightly
3. Rainbow write sight words: Ask your child to trace sight words using the colors of the rainbow.
4. Sight word chalk: Have fun with your child writing their sight words outside on the pavement. 
5. Google/Pinterest :Sight Word Games to play (Then print and play)
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