Being able to read the high frequency words is vital in your child becoming a successful reader. It may take longer for some children to learn to recognise these and read them on sight but just a few minutes a day can really support your child in this area. You could make pairs or snap games by taking a few words a week until your child recognises them. Then, take a few more to add to the bank of words they know. You could buy a couple of cheap fly swats, spread the words your child needs to learn on a table, shout a word out and your child has to swat the word before you do. You can write the words anywhere-in mud using sticks, shaving foam, flour on a surface etc. Keep repeating this process until your child can confidently read them all. Little but often always helps. Click on the link below for you to download the words in the order they come.