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Rosetta Stone® Reading for Homeschool - Where do the Sight Words come from?

In Rosetta Stone® Reading for Homeschool, words in the Sight Word activities are comprised of regular and irregular, high-frequency sight words that are important for reading narrative and informational text for kindergarten through fourth grade.  These lists are arranged in order of difficulty based on various sources, including the Dolch and Fry word lists.

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In addition to using irregular high-frequency words, the Sight Word activities also include some regular high-frequency words – simply because there are so many more comprehension activities where we need to ensure that any text we present to students is decodable, so we handled this by selecting high-frequency words for Sight Words that we could use in subsequent comprehension passages to ensure more authentic sentence structure

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