Going out to play: Develop sight words with this fun beginning reader Going out to play.
In the story, two children, a girl and a boy, get dressed for going out to play on their bikes.
The repetitive text and supporting illustrations makes the text easy for beginning readers and helps them learn sight words in context.
Sight words include: I, put, on, my, go, going, out, to, play.
This A5 version of the story, which includes a sight words checklist, is designed for use with individual children.
When printing, choose—print booklet—both sides—binding on left—portrait.
Use the booklet in conjunction with the interactive resource Let’s play interactive.
An A4 version of the story more suited for collaborative reading with the whole class or small groups is also available.
Note: This booklet is also included in the interactive digital resource Let’s play interactive.