Beginning readers need to practice reading sight words and develop reading fluency. This reading passage focuses on sight word DID. Students practice fluency, writing, vocabulary, illustrating, and more!
This sight word DID fluency passage is great for morning work, literacy centers, homework, and guided reading.
Available styles and printing options:
Styles: modern sans serif and traditional serif.
Printing options: color lines and black lines.
A modern typeface specially designed for children’s reading and improving legibility for large blocks of reading matter. Friendly, easily recognizable letters that produce a well-defined word shape, with extended ascenders and descenders. The slight slant makes blocks of text easier to read.
A traditional typeface is designed expressly for schoolbooks and children’s books. Letters with contrasting weight and lighter strokes help children quickly identify them. Generations of children learned to read with this font.