The Struggling Reader – Sight Words {Review}

The Struggling Reader - Sight Words {Review} - jenniferajanes.com

The Struggling Reader is a sponsor of this blog. As part of our agreement, I agreed to review their products. However, I am not required to write positive reviews. All opinions in this review are my own. I believe The Struggling Reader program will be helpful to you.

The Struggling Reader – Sight Words Test and Instructional Activities

My daughter and I continue to work through The Struggling Reader program. Our latest adventure is Sight Words. As with Phonemic Awareness and Phonics, the assessment was very easy. The flashcards were preprinted with sight words (most frequent to least frequent). I made copies of the evaluation sheets, and I marked my daughter’s responses, including times she read the words correctly but hesitated before answering.

The Struggling Reader Sight Words assessment page 1 - jenniferajanes.comThe Struggling Reader Sight Words assessment page 2 - jenniferajanes.com

The assessment made it clear which sight words needed the most work. With that in mind, I turned to the instructional activities and got started. As with the other The Struggling Reader programs, the sight words activities were each marked with the types of learning styles they work best with. The activities are fun and easy to do with items you probably already have on hand.

The Struggling Reader Sight Words activity - jenniferajanes.com

The Struggling Reader’s sight words program is, like their other programs, reasonably priced. The value increases when you realize that the Eckenwilers have done all the hard work for you! The entire program is set up and ready to use.

(One more photo because I had a model who needed to pose with the product. 😉 )

The Struggling Reader model

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Where You Can Meet the Eckenwilers of The Struggling Reader

If you’re looking for more information about The Struggling Reader and would like to preview the products before you buy, you can meet the Eckenwilers at one of several homeschool conferences and conventions this year:

I’m excited that I’ll get to spend time with Bill and Kristen again in the St. Louis area in just a few weeks!

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One Response to The Struggling Reader – Sight Words {Review}

  1. Beth says:

    That looks good. I have decided to focus on sight words. At this time we are just working through cards.

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