Matching pairs like this doesn’t have to be just about sight words! Replace the sight words with letters, numbers, or even with beginning letter sounds.
Activities for Learning Sight Words
Practicing sight words doesn't have to be dull and boring. Spice it up a bit with a sight word activity or two every once in awhile! Magic Letter Writing is always a hit with the kids, it's a fun learning surprise!
We haven’t done a scavenger hunt since we did our Christmas flashlight scavenger hunt, so I thought it would be fun to make a treasure hunt using a floor plan as the map. And Henry has had way too many days off for Christmas break [school keeps getting cancelled for cold weather! -20F degrees does […]
Creating a secret code for kids to decipher, or crack the code, is great for reading, great for writing, and even great for problem solving! This simple secret code is great for kindergartners practicing their sight words. Alissa of Creative with Kids shared on Google+ a photo of her son deciphering a secret code using […]
Inspired loosely by our giant sticky spider web made of tape, I made a spider web on the wall to have a little sight word match! Henry’s been diving into sight words in Kindergarten, and doing really well with them. To be honest, we haven’t done much sight word practice, other than reviewing the list […]