100+ Kindergarten High Frequency Sight Words List

We all have been kids once and always had a tough time learning something new. Kids wish to write poems, short essay about the things they love. They tend to spend quite a lot of time writing and reading. To help them achieve this they need to have a solid foundation of words which are most commonly used in writing.

Kindergarten High Frequency Sight Words List for Children

There are some words that a kindergarten kid needs to learn to become a good writer. With EnglishBix, we would be discussing some really important easy to remember high frequency words that will help kids to build their basic vocabulary.

As you already know that many kindergarten reading and writing programs contain a study component that focuses on learning simple high-frequency words. We at EnglishBix are providing you a list of 100+ high frequency words that a child should read by the time he finishes his school year.

yeswithwillwhowhite
saysawrideranpretty
pleaseoutouronnow
nonewmustlikeinto
hewhatwentwellwas
havegoodgetfoureat
dodidcamebutbrown
blackbewantundertoo
ateatthistheythere
arethatsoonsoshe
Iamcanasee
istoweinthe
yousaidlikegoand
comethisuphereit
mymeonlookplay

The knowledge of above words are a great starting point to develop a sight word vocabulary. It is suggested that teachers or parents should include the irregular words that appear frequently in printed or written material, e.g., the, you,him.

Easy Kindergarten Sight Words Worksheets

After the knowledge of the above mentioned words you need something for kids to test their learning. The following list of worksheets provide the perfect exercise to assist a child in developing a sight word vocabulary.

 Came – Write and Underline Sight WordWrite and Underline Sight Word – Me
            Circle the Sight Word – am, thisCompete Sentences by Filling Sight Word – Me

Begin with the sequential order and keep it as a checklist and gradually add more new sight words to your list. The number of words you add to your list will depend upon the child and his level of understanding, so begin with one set of sight words and increase gradually. Remember to review previously learned words every day with the help of worksheets.

We hope that the above worksheets should be completed in sequential order because they use sentences that practice previously learned sight words.

Make sure you bookmark this guide for your future reference and Stay tuned for more kindergarten sight word worksheets!

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