Check with a book store or a teachers' supply store for workbooks that your son can use as well. Again, making sure that he has regular times to work on this will help tremendously.
Most importantly, read for 15 minutes with your son every day this summer. Ask the librarian at your public library for help in choosing interesting books at your son's reading level. Many children's books use rhyming words in the text, and his sight-word recognition will improve with practice.
If your son does go on to the next grade, be sure to monitor his progress next year. If he continues to have trouble with his reading, request that he be screened for a possible learning difference.