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A great mix of sight word games and ideas to keep your kids motivated this summer!

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.

Rock, Paper, Scissors- A Sight Word Game. Practicing sight words and playing a kids favorite game at the same time!

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FREE from Kindergarten Whale Tales on TpT. These words just keep "poppin" up! This game can instantly be incorporated into your classroom. It can be used in literacy centers, daily 5, or whole class. The sight words that are included are: no, in, he, love, we,

Perfect to review during the summer!!! Ice Cream Sight Word Game...this game reviews 100 of the most common sight words (preprimer and primer Dolch words)

Keep your kids playing with words this summer! Super fun and even includes an assessment sheet... Pirate Sight Word Game: Walk the Plank! (Fry Word List 1-100)

Grow-a-Word-FamIn the center of the flower, write a word family. Tape a strip of green construction paper to the back of a Poppin’ Patterns Flower and attach leaves that have words from that word family written on them. Display the flowers on a “Grow-A-Word-Family” bulletin board.ily Activity

Don't Break the Ice game with sight words! Love this idea!

Here is an activity I use with my 1st grade class. Have your students practice writing 10 words that you have posted on the word wall in your class...