What are sight words?

Sight words are written words that can not be decoded (sounded out) and must be memorized. Examples of these words are “the”, “and”, “you”, “said”, and “two”. To help your child memorize sight words, put magnets of the sight words on the refrigerator, have your child practice them with chalk on the driveway or sidewalk, and practicing reading with them often.

Here is a list of sight words categorized into grade level – https://sightwords.com/sight-words/dolch/#lists