Let them take charge of their own process: give them a check list (see a link below for free printables) and have them work with a partner on learning and reviewing their words, checking off each word as they are able to read them instantly. You can use a fresh copy of the check off sheet for an assessment. I used to keep a stack of these checkoff sheets on a clip board. Each sheet had a student's name on it. Of course, each child was on a different list of words, but it didn't matter. I just kept a check off sheet for whatever list they were on.
When they were able to read every word on the list by sight, they got a star and moved on to the next list of SnapWords®! Start today and expect incredible progress!
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