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Out of Sight Words

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Title:

Out of Sight Words

URL:

https://www.abcya.com/games/out_of_sight_words

Content Source:

Other
ABCya
Type: Interactive/Game

Overview:

Out of Sight Words is a beautiful, quirky game that allows children to practice their knowledge of high-frequency words. Kids have to read the high-frequency word and then find its corresponding image in the fun illustrations. Simply click on the word at the bottom of the screen and then find it in the picture. 

Content Standard(s):
English Language Arts
ELA2021 (2021)
Grade: K
16. Recognize and read grade-appropriate high frequency words with accuracy and automaticity.

Note: As noted in the phonics standards, high-frequency words should be taught with the main emphasis of the lesson being on regular correspondences and patterns within the word. The student should be able to read the word accurately three times in a row on different days to be considered accurate enough to add it to a personal word box, word ring, or fluency folder. Avoid teaching high-frequency words as "sight words" that need to be memorized as a whole word, unless there are no regular correspondences in the word. "Of" is an example of a word with no regular correspondences.
Unpacked Content
Key Academic Terms:
16.
  • High-frequency words
  • Accuracy
  • Automaticity
Knowledge:
16. Students know:
  • Grade-appropriate high-frequency words.
Skills:
16. Students are able to:
  • Recognize and read grade-appropriate high-frequency words with accuracy and automaticity. For example, a student is able to read the target high-frequency word accurately and automatically three times in a row on different days.
Understanding:
16. Students understand that:
  • High-frequency words are words that are found regularly in kindergarten text and material, so it is important to recognize and read them correctly and quickly.
English Language Arts
ELA2021 (2021)
Grade: 1
10. Read high-frequency words commonly found in grade-appropriate text.

Note: High-frequency words should be taught with the main emphasis of the lesson being on regular correspondences and patterns within the word. The student should be able to read the word accurately and independently three times in a row on different days to be considered accurate enough to add to a personal word box, word ring, or fluency folder for fluency practice. Avoid teaching high-frequency words as "sight words" that need to be memorized as a whole word, unless there are no regular correspondences in the word. "Of" is an example of a word with no regular correspondences.
Unpacked Content
Key Academic Terms:
10.
  • High-frequency words
  • Grade-appropriate text
Knowledge:
10. Students know:
  • High frequency words that are common found in first-grade level text.
Skills:
10. Students are able to:
  • Read high-frequency words in first grade-level text accurately and independently three times in a row on different days.
Understanding:
10. Students understand that:
  • High-frequency words are words that are found regularly in grade-appropriate text, so it is important to learn to read them automatically, accurately, and independently.
English Language Arts
ELA2021 (2021)
Grade: 2
14. Read high-frequency words commonly found in grade-appropriate text.


Note: High-frequency words should be taught with the main emphasis of the lesson being on regular correspondences and patterns within the word. The student should be able to read the word accurately three times in a row on different days to be considered accurate enough to add to a personal word box, word ring, or fluency folder for fluency practice. Avoid teaching high-frequency words as "sight words" that need to be memorized as a whole word, unless there are no regular correspondences in the word. "Of" is an example of a word with no regular correspondences.
Unpacked Content
Key Academic Terms:
14.
  • High-frequency words
  • Grade-appropriate text
Knowledge:
14. Students know:
  • High frequency words that are common found in second-grade level text.
Skills:
14. Students are able to:
  • Read high-frequency words in second grade-level text accurately and independently three times in a row on different days.
Understanding:
14. Students understand that:
  • High-frequency words are words that are found regularly in grade-appropriate text, so it is important to learn to read them automatically, accurately, and independently.
Tags: adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, nouns, prepositions, pronouns, sight words, verbs
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Author: YVETTE AKRIDGE