This activity helps kids learn sight words while also developing fine motor skills. To increase the level of complexity, challenge kids to build sentences out of these words! (Idea from Kinder Journey.) What wonderful way to work on sight words!
From Teacher Tipster. found a use for bubblewrap! write sight words on the flat part of the bubblewrap and when student reads the word correctly, they get to pop the bubble! You could do letter recognition, number recognition, math facts, etc.
Spelling Center Activities: Sight word shells are a fun way for students to practice writing sight words, as well as forming letters properly. Students are to write the sight word printed on each shell in the sand using their finger.
Put word stars on the ceiling and play "I Spy" with flashlights. Challenge the children to find the star that matches your clue. I think this would make a great idea for site words - have them find the site word that matches the one they draw out of a jar