I appreciate that A Beka strictly calls words “sight words” only when they don’t follow usual phonetic rules. I’ve seen many “sight words” lists that include words that can be sounded out, such as “did,” “on,” or “is.” Here are flashcards I made to use along with A Beka’s 1st grade readers for their sight words. Contact me if you need a different format. I also have them in A4, the size of paper over here. Hope this helps someone!
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