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I can't wait to try this hands on sight word activity. (This idea, from Ann Shep at Kinder Journey, is free - grab some craft sticks and clothespins to build a set!) :}

FREEBIE Fry's First 100 Words Snakes and Ladders Games x 6

using paint chip cards to back word wall words!!

great preschool learning game or teaching the younger ones their colors!!

For word wall cards. Organize by weeks of school. I've seen this work great by mentor teachers!

Sight Words Cup Stacking... When a child’s turn come, they must read the number or sight word. If they read it correctly, they can stack it. If not, the next child gets a chance to read it and stack it. Each game has a number grid or sight word list to help out if they get stuck.

Writing student's sight words on bubble wrap and letting them pop the bubbles when they say them.

9 hands-on activities for teaching sight words

Hidden words for word work time. Kids write the word in white crayon, and then color over it with marker to make it appear.

Fun Word Wall Activity: "Mirror, Mirror on the Wall" {From Creating Readers and Writers Blog}

sight word sticks - 10 sight word lessons with sticks

Write the room Sight Word style!

Learning sight words using cookie sheets. How much fun! Free sample templates. Differentiated too.

Sight Word Scramble -- An engaging magnetic letter center that practices sight words! $

Cookie Sheet sight words. Use words from current interest instead of random sight words to make it relevant for my boy.

Whack-a-word! Call out a word and who ever hits it first with the hammer gets to keep it. Could think of lots of applications for this - recognizing sight words, finding rhyming words, learning vocabulary, auditory bombardment for articulation... - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

love this idea for developing a sight word vocabulary...

Take a picture of each child holding a sight word. Then make a power point presentation with those pictures of each child holding the words, and use it to drill the children on the words.... { This is a fun idea !}

For my teacher friends... This is a great activity to teach multiplication facts. Each student wears a fact. All day, anyone who talks to him must call him Mr. 32 ~ you get the idea! maybe secretly use with the facts that hardest for the students to memorize

Decorate your sight words!! Or letters of alphabet

I have so many of these cubes.....what a great idea!! Spell words using unifix cubes // Word work

Scribble Doodle and Draw: use paint baggies to practice printing letters, sight words, spelling words, etc.. so many ways!