By Maria Fleming
Who would buy these funny hats? Open this book to see.
This read-aloud story is designed to jumpstart reading success by introducing—and reinforcing—the most frequently used words in print. Help ensure that children really know their sight words by sharing this engaging tale!
This book teaches these four sight words: who, would, these, funny.
After Reading: You can delve even deeper into each sight word by playing quick games that focus on word construction. For instance, when learning the word well, invite children to name words that rhyme (bell, tell, fell). When learning the word stop, encourage children to come up with words that begin with the same blend (stick, stamp, stay). You can do similar activities to focus on final consonants and vowel sounds!