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Ninja Word Slicer

This is a simple Dutch Sight slicer Words for Preschool, Kindergarten, help children learn how to spell and recognize words of frequently used words compiled by Edward William Dolch, Ph.D. The list was first prepared in 1936. Though Dr. Dutch compiled the list based on children’s books of his era. The list contains 220 “sight words” that have to be easily recognized in order to achieve reading fluency in the English language. The original words with slicer list excludes nouns, which comprise a separate 95-word noun list. The game is designed to make children think smartly and can recognize sounds, putting letters together words into syllables to make the children think logically to identify the structure of different English words. Many of the original 220 Dutch words cannot be learned by pictures or “sounded out” using common sound/letter phonics patterns and have to be learned by sight; hence the term, “sight words.” The original Dutch words which comprise 220 words and the additional 95 nouns are usually divided into grades, though for native English speakers, all the Dutch Sight Words slicer should be learned before elementary education begins.

INSTRUCTIONS SIGHT WORDS SLICER:

Become a ninja, slice the sight words and learn them. Make sure you slice the right word. In this way, not only a child will learn to differentiate between words with slicer but also he/she will be able to learn enormous words.