Is your child struggling to learn sight words? Does he struggle with reading? You may have been trying for months to get sight words help for your child – but nothing is helping. He just can’t remember words!
The good news is that you have come to the right place. You CAN help your child learn sight words. We will provide you with proven resources to help your child learn easily and in a way that makes sense for him - which means you will see results right away.
✔ They will capture the whole word as a picture
✔ Their comprehension will improve
✔ Active children will have a body motion
✔ Children can use their learning strengths Download a free set of digraphs!
Many children have trouble learning sight words and struggle with reading. Please read about why sight words are important in helping a child learn to read, why sight words are hard for some children, and how you can begin right now helping your child learn sight words unforgettably!
Why are sight words important?
SnapWords were designed by Sarah Major when she was teaching a group of kindergarteners They were bright kids, but they couldn’t learn and remember words. One day after sounding out “help” multiple times, Sarah was sad to find that no one remembered ever seeing the word before. In desperation she asked, “What does this word look like to you?” One little boy said, “It looks like someone raising his two arms and yelling “HELP!” And so SnapWords were born. Each word was designed with kid-feedback until the first 306 words were created and refined.
"My 5 year old daughter has motor skill delays, visual processing issues and was diagnosed with ADHD all during her kindergarten year. She struggled to learn everything and most of it didn't stick. Her teacher met with me at the end of the third grading period and said based on her most recent evaluation, it would probably be best to retain her. While reading and researching any way I could to help her I came across your website. I worked with my daughter constantly over spring break using SNAPWORDS. By the end of spring break, she not only knew the 25 words she was required to know for kindergarten, but an additional 35!!!! I then purchased your addition and subtraction workbook to see how much I could improve her math skills. Again, wonderful progress. Her teacher just completed 4th quarter midterm testing. She called me personally to tell me that my daughter has made such amazing progress, she feel confident passing her and allowing her to move forward to first grade!! I couldn't be more satisfied with your product and I'm telling everyone about it; family, friends, her occupational therapist, teacher, other parents, groups on Facebook...EVERYONE. I can't thank you enough!
Danielle, Madelynn's mom"
Use SnapWords® and see the difference right away!