This High Frequency noun shows off a fun variation by changing the word and movement for "house" to "mouse! The kids just love to switch the lyrics and movement, suggesting an endless variety of learning options for other sight word songs. Special thanks to Andrea Gibbs and her first grade class for this wonderful idea and video! High Frequency Sight Words are essential when learning to read, but many of these words can be difficult to sound out and are largely learned by sight. There are a variety of word lists that identify these "sight words" but the standard is was compiled by Edward Dolch and includes 220 high-frequency words that have been divided into 5 levels to support the progress of students learning to read. Sight word songs help young learners focus on the letters in the word, then repeat the word and its spelling, in a enjoyable and interesting way. This makes learning simpler and fun, with music and movements to take full advantage of kinesthetic, visual, and auditory modalities that support long-term memorization. The outcome is faster learning and a quick start to reading with greater fluency and comprehension. For more High Frequency Sight Words, visit http://www.heidisongs.com/
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