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Sight word parking lot - cute idea

Fun way to help students with sight words by playing the Parking Lot Game. Draw parking spaces and fill in each space with sight words. Your child should park a Hot Wheels® car on the designated word that you call out.

Simple prep, super fun sight word game. This was my students' favorite sight word games of all.

Sight Word Game: Showdown

Simple prep, super fun sight word game: 2 sets of sight words. Spread one set out on table. Partner 1 reads a card from other set but doesn't show it. Partner 2 finds that word and picks up card. Partner 1 shows card to check.

This has to be the most fun we had reviewing sight words!  Kids will be begging you to practice sight words this way.

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: Learning Through Play: Sight Word Twister

Sight Word Readers

I love this idea because it is interactive for the visual learner, hands on learner, and of course auditory if read out loud. I had a lot of success with this with slower readers.

Building sight words on a cookie sheet. Great for centers. Cookie Sheet Activities First Grade Bundle contains activities for sight words, blends, digraphs and word families.

Building sight words on a cookie sheet. Fun way for learning and practicing sight words. Cookie Sheet Activities- First Grade Bundle: Sight Words, Blends/Digraphs and Word Families.

Sight Word Sleuth for Kindergarten

Sight Word Search for Kindergarten

For Writing Center:Sight Word Sleuth; also use with just letters or with spelling words for older kids

Sight Word Sheets.  This sight also has lots of great ideas for Kindergarten-aged learning

"Star Word Practice: procedure for practicing sight words in many ways - trace, color and cut and paste"- love this! Great for kindergarten morning work because it can totally be done independently!

Write the sight words on a board and scatter letters on post it notes around the classroom - This Reading Mama.

Post-A-Word: A Sight Word Scavenger Hunt

SO fun for centers: Post-A-Word: A Sight Word Scavenger Hunt. Select list of words and write them on the board. Write letters on post it notes and stick them around the room. The kids find the letters and build the words on the board. Sounds like fun!

Sight Words - Color the Boxes

Students color the boxes to match the sight word to the left. Could use in French for color words, number words or names of students

Alphabet sounds transition to making words

Sound It Out Parking Lot

Sight word crayon rubbings make practicing sight words fun. (Sugar Aunts)

Sight Word Crayon Rubbing Activity

Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Sight Words & Segmenting Freebies!

Swat It! Just program the bees with your sight words (they're editable). Call out a word and the student has to swat it. If they get it correct, they keep the bee! Freebie bee pattern Great ideas for sight word stations!