Hang the sight word of the week on the door and students "high five" the word and say it as they leave the room. I've also seen teachers put a vocabulary word of the week on the door! Kids see it coming and going!
The kids high five and say the word when they go out. Super simple, easy, and effective way to practice sight words/word of the week (Use as assessment. Ask question, students high five answer on their way out.
Sight Word Pounding: a toy hammer, golf tees, a permanent marker and sheets of styrofoam. Write letters, numbers or sight words on the styrofoam and have them hammer the golf tee into the correct answer. Great for active boys.
This interactive notebook provides a variety of ways for your students to practice their sight words. No more loose papers! Your students will have all their sight word work together in one place as a handy reference. by avis
How I Got 18 out of 23 Kids to Master 100% of Their Sight Words
Fun way to help students with sight words by playing the Parking Lot Game. Draw parking spaces and fill in each space with sight words. Your child should park a Hot Wheels® car on the designated word that you call out.
We use a mix of phonics and sight words with our homeschooling kids. I have found that helping kids learn how to read with phonics gives them a foundatio Elementary Activities, Learning Together, Reading/Phonics
Teach Your Child To Read Fast - Help your child learn to recognize sight words with this fun Sight Word Tallies learning game. - TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ and Enable Your Child to Become a Fast and Fluent Reader!
SO fun for centers: Post-A-Word: A Sight Word Scavenger Hunt. Select list of words and write them on the board. Write letters on post it notes and stick them around the room. The kids find the letters and build the words on the board. Sounds like fun!