RachelFlores Posted February 2, 2011 Share Posted February 2, 2011 So, I know that sight words are bad, dd is already predisposed to dislexia genetically and with some slight indicators (a lot of letter reverals) which might be just her age and might not. We have been going through phonics readers and the only sight word I've included is "the". It is "the word you don't sound out" when she comes to it and starts trying to sound it out. Is there a rule for it? In the readers our current book is introducing number words. I do not know the phonics rules for one or two. Are there any? The phoics readers we are using are 98% decodable with basic phonics instruction, but even Bob books use THE and number words. Are a few sight words ok? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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