What type of sight singing would you like to work on?
These examples have only one pitch so you can really focus on the rhythm. If you can't read at all, this is a great place to start.
Learn to sight sing a single melody line first. All examples are displayed in bass and treble clef.
One line is written in treble clef and the other line in bass clef. Practice singing against the opposite clef.
Train your ear by focusing on one interval at a time.
Take it to the next level and add minor keys.
Practice reading in four part harmony. Hear part predominant tracks to practice, or practice to a track that has your part missing.
Practice reading examples similar to what you will be given at auditions.
Practice reading examples for treble choir.