[☕MRE] Midweek REsources: Sight Words Worksheets (will/would and was/were)

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Dyslexic readers often have problems visualising tenses and plurality in clauses. Here are two sample worksheets that you can use with your child to get them used to these grammatical conventions. They’re not the only solution, however, and should best be used in conjunction with other relevant materials such as storybooks.

Was/Were Sight Words Worksheet

Will/Would Sight Words Worksheet

 

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