Sight Word Game - We made and played this last night but called it BAM instead of Bang. 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.
Teach Your Child to Read - These sight word activities are fun alternatives to flash cards. Plus, theyre low prep! I love easy sight word games. Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
Students must match sight words. This can be a game in class or a game to take home to practice sight words at home. If the student flips over then and were, they are obviously not a match so they will need to retry.
Or with letters/numbers - 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!
We're Going on a Word Hunt (fun hide and seek game!) for sight words/vocab words. To diferentiate for multiple students use colored post it notes (each child has their own color post it with words they are working on) adaptable to Letter Hunt.
Squish and seek sight word game // smooth the stuff in the bad until you find the sight words you are looking for // literacy centers word wall sight words// could be used for uppercase and lowercase letters