This is one of my favorites (and my students favorites) for learning sight words. 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.
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.
This is one of my students' favorite games. They love playing and don't even realize they are practicing their sight words at the same time.This game includes words typically taught to Kindergarten students, but this would also be good practice for strugg
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.
Valentine Monster Sight Word Games features two different highly engaging games. I tried them out with a grader I tutor and she gave them 2 thumbs up! The first game uses cards and a game board. If the child lands on a monster they go back to start!
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.