Activity for ages 4 to 6. This playful sight word game is an easy way to add some fun to your literacy centers or word work time. Kids will love diving for sight words! Getting Ready This activity was super quick and easy to prep! I just printed the three pages on cardstock to give them …
FREE sight word game! Students draw out a stick and read the sight word. If they draw the KABOOM! stick, they have to put all of their sticks back in the container.
FREE Sight Word Candy Land
Have fun with sight words with this FREE Sight Word Candy Land game printable. This game is suitable to K-3. Click here to browse th
Sight Word Tic Tac Toe - so easy to make this game and great sight word practice! Fun Games 4 Learning: Sight Word Games
Sight Words List
Awesome teaching hack! Sight Word lists! This ultimate list has both Dolch and Fry! A must have resource for teachers in kindergarten and first grade! A great way to track your students progress and to ensure your sight word games are on point!
Bang! Sight Word Game - We made and played this last night but called it BAM instead of Bang. BAM! is so much more fun to say. lol Allie and Ethan both played and the BAM cards were a great equalizer. Ethan learned a few more of his words.
Sight Word Beach Ball: Use a Sharpie to write sight words on a beach ball. Take kiddos outside and have them throw or volley the ball around. Whoever catches the ball, must read all the sight words that their hands touch! :)
Free Printable Sight Word Game
These sight word games are just what boys who are learning their sight words need. They make great activities for boys and are a lot of fun too!