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See It & Say It! : Volume 1 | First (1st) Grade Sight Words - cover

See It & Say It! : Volume 1 | First (1st) Grade Sight Words

Baby Professor

Publisher: Baby Professor

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Summary

Learn about sight words, and prepare yourself for a wonderful reading adventure! Sights words are fundamental to learning to read. These are commonly used words in writing so it’s important that your child be able to recognize them, read them and understand what they are. Can you tell me how many sight words you know?

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