*Make some flashcards containing one sight word on one side and its definition on the other side to help you get a better idea of what they each mean, and their respective parts of speech to follow.
*Practice writing down each sight word on separate lines of a piece of paper so that you can get a good idea of how they are each spelled and their underlying phonemic components in tow.
*See if you can find any of your sight words in books that you are reading, character dialogue exchanges in movies and television shows that you are watching, as well as everyday conversations that you yourself have with people around you (or virtually, given the times we are currently living in).
*You can also put your sight words in alphabetical order on paper to help you remember how to spell them and further your overall understanding of their literary connections definitively as well as rhythmically, linguistically speaking.
*Quiz yourself, or have somebody quiz you, on your list of sight words to help you refresh your memory of their pronunciations, spellings, parts of speech, and definitions, every now and then in the process.