1st Grade Sight Words Quiz Card

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The storm blew over land and sea.
He blew on his hands to warm them up.
he bomb blew a huge hole in the ground.

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The clay Buddha.
He shaped a pot out of the clay.
The workers burned clay to bricks.

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Spell check.
Learn to spell.
How do you spell?

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It's time to pack away your toys.
The soldier carried a pack on his.
Pick a card from the pack.

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This car has a new engine.
The engine is overheating.
Press this button to start the engine.

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The students often picnic at the park.
The park was filled with people.
Is it all right to park my car there?

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She gave him a hard push towards the door.
Rick got the push a few weeks ago.
You can push the pin in with your thumb.

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The collar of his shirt was dirty.
He always wears a shirt and tie.
You look good in that shirt.

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The pitch is too small to play football on.
Please pitch your waste paper in here.
After the game fans invaded the pitch.

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Fresh tea in the pot.
A little pot is soon hot.
She made a pot of coffee.

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If you fail, don't punish yourself.
Don't punish a child who wets the bed.
I will have to punish you.

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I woke up at six this morning.
The chime of the clock woke me.
The child woke three times during the night.

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Ripe fruit.
A green banana is not ripe enough to eat.
Those tomatoes aren't ripe yet.

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A bunch of flowers.
I bought a small bunch of bananas.
The players were a great bunch.

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How about a quick swim before breakfast?
She can swim two lengths of the pool.
The best fish swim near the bottom.

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Team leader.
We have formed a football team.
The team is sponsored by BMW.

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A new swing in the playground.
Let your arms swing as you walk
The game could swing either way.

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African elephant.
Many straws may bind an elephant.
The elephant smashed through the trees.

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The crash victim is in the hospital now.
We know the precise location of the crash.
Her parents survived in a plane crash.

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They loaded up the van.
We hired a van for transport.
He pulled the van to the right.

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England won the toss and chose to kick off.
Don't kick the ball into the road.
It's getting late, I must kick off now.

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Dig deeper.
I'm going to dig down this wall.
This ground is too hard to dig.

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His pet dog.
I want a cat as a pet.
Benny is a pet name for the rabbit.

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Map pin.
Smartphone pin.
Pin the pictures together so you don't lose them.

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Can I borrow a hair dryer?
We borrow it from our Children.
Today must borrow nothing of tomorrow.

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An empty bottle will float.
The logs float down the river.
Can you float on your back?

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The Easter egg.
We'll probably go away at Easter.
The library is closed over Easter.

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Sacrificial goat.
The goat leaped surely from rock to rock.
This type of goat lives in the mountains.

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Billy is in the first grade.
He got a grade A in maths.
Grade A potatoes are the best in quality.

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Gray rabbit.
Can you look after my rabbit?
Down the rabbit hole.

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Bacon sandwich.
We had bacon and eggs for breakfast.
Grill the bacon until crisp.

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A brand new car.
What brand of soap do you like?
You pay less for the store brand.

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He will celebrate birthday on Friday.
How do you usually celebrate New Year?
They peal the bells to celebrate victory.

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They were twins.
The twins are now eight months old.
The twins were dressed differently.

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A laurel wreath.
They twisted flowers into a wreath.
A Christmas wreath hung on the front door.

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Tap your code number.
Turn on the tap.
A drip of water fell from the tap.

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She asks her son to kneel down.
People sometimes kneel to pray.
Kneel, feet and legs together stretched.

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