My oldest daughter (age 6) often confuses the words (you) and (yes) with each other when reading. I decided to make five coloring pages that my daughters could color together that focused on the words (yes) and (you) among other sight words. My daughter often tries to sound out sight words therefore I bold them on the coloring pages as a way to jump out at her. Which gives her a simple reminder that those words are tricky to sound out and are better memorized. I used two different fonts when making the coloring pages to expose my daughters to the different styles of letters.
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