Sight Words Worksheets – I, CAN, SEE, THE


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Sight Words – Worksheets I CAN SEE THE

Teach your students Pre-Primer Sight Words Worksheets I CAN SEE THE with confidence that they will have fun and be excited for the next lesson. Using sign language reinforcement while learning the High-Frequency Words provides an inclusive and interactive hands-on learning environment. This increases student’s retention of the lesson.

Use the whole SIGHT WORD SERIES (similarly to Dolch Words, Fry Words) during whole group instruction, flexible group time, centers, warm up, RTI intervention, take-home practice, or any other time while you are instructional teaching.

What Your Sight Words Packet Includes:

These resources are designed to be used as a sign language teaching tool, memory aid, and a testing guide to assess what ASL sight words that your student is familiar with.

ASL Sight Words – 71 pages

  • 5 Black & White Activity Sheets
  • 10 Colored Activity Sheets (Light & Dark Skin)
  • 15 Writing Practice Pages
  • 3 Inclusive Sight Word Fingerspelled Pages:
    • Dark Skin
    • Light Skin
    • Black & White
  • 2 Editable Writing Pages for teacher creative use.
  • 15  Reading Booklets
    • 10 Colored Reading Booklets (Light & Dark Skin)
    • 5 Black & White Reading Booklets
  • 6 Assessment Test Worksheets
  • 36 Cards Total -Large
  • 36 Cards Total- Small
  • 36 Test Cards Answers Sheet

See a sample of what you will get in the Sight Word Worksheet (ASL) Series in the video below.

Sign Language Sight Words Series are expanding.


Here’s a quick link to our 1-minute video explaining how we can lighten your load.

CCSS.RF.K.1 – Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print.
CCS.RF.K.1b – Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters.
CCSS.RF.K.3c – Read common high-frequency words by sight (e.g., the, of, to, you, she, my, is, are, do, does).
CCSS.RF.K.4 – Read emergent-reader texts with purpose and understanding.

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