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.
(Vocabulary) Select vocabulary words (words should have already been introduced to the child) and write each on a post-it. Place one word in each tin. The child takes a ball and tosses it into the tin. Whatever word it lands on is the word to utilize for that turn. 1) Have the child define the word. 2) Use the word in a creative sentence. 3) Have the child name something that does not fit with the word. Ex. if the word was shy, the child could say someone who walks up to strangers is not…
Head Hunters Sight Word Game Each student gets a card with a sight word to stick on their head, the students roamed around the room reading sight words. They drew a line from their peer's name to the sight word they read off their peer's forehead.
4 FREE printable sight word games - 21 pages - 4 Free Printable Sight Word Games - 21 pages - The printable games are perfect to use as Kindergarten and First Grade literacy stations or centers. As a bonus, all of the activities include easy to follow instructions that are great to use with classroom helpers.