Give her a highlighter and have her find the target word in
each sentence and highlight it. Now have her read the
sentences. After she gets a good handle on this, try
having her read the sentences without or before she
highlights the word.
Reading a to z (https://www.readinga-z.com) is a good
source for simple books and they have a whole section of
books that feature sight words. You print and staple the
books and you are good to go.
I sure if you ask her teacher she can also give you some
Hope this helps.
On 4/12/15, dave wrote:
> I'm looking for advice the help my daughter. She can
> rattle through her site words but when they come in a
> sentence, She sounds out even two letter words. She is
> clever and I have no fear she'll get over it.. but I want
> to help her out.