Sight Words Level 2 DVD by Rock ‘N Learn: 65+ words includes all primer Dolch words and many Fry words Price: $6.80 (as of 08/04/2023 01:13 PST- Details)


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Help your child become a better reader! Kids read or sing along with engaging characters to learn sight words quickly and automatically. Sight words are the most common words in children’s literature, and Level 2 covers all of the primer Dolch words and many words from Fry’s list. Although this video picks up where Level 1 leaves off, you don’t have to begin with Level 1 if your child is starting to read at an approximate kindergarten to first grade level. In fact, this program reviews many of the words found on Level 1, along with 68 new words. Grades K & up. Approx. 61 minutes.


Using the magic of the TV screen to teach kids phonics, spelling, comprehension and loads of sight words is what the people at Rock ‘N Learn do best. For years they have been engaging children and teaching them fundamental educational concepts in unique and fun ways. Utilizing superbly produced music with enthusiastic animation kids are up and dancing, singing along and learning in ways they never have. The structure of the DVD is such that you can break the learning up into sections much like what is done in school. On this DVD there are lessons on speech, spelling, letter recognition, phonics and vocabulary. Parents felt that the one-hour running time was just right. Rock ‘N Learn really has perfected the art of capturing the minds and imaginations of viewers and really getting the message to stick, not for a fleeting moment but for a long time. –The National Parenting Center

Every family with young children should have Rock N Learn . . . When my friend s son was 4 ½, they started getting Rock N Learn. The family has all your early childhood, phonics, and sight words titles, and several math and science titles. When her son started first grade he was put into the gifted program. Her next son skipped kindergarten and was placed in the first grade gifted program. Her youngest son is 4 and he is already learning to read. –M. Little, Early childhood educator

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