• Ashlie Louis

    sight word songs, very catchy....one word at a time. Got to love Have Fun Teaching! this youtube channel has more sight word songs and other videos about basic skills

  • Sally Johnston

    Have Fun Teaching sight words song.

  • Kristin Radtke

    "the" sight word song video on YouTube!

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