Secret Sight Words ! sight word reading activity with paint

reading sight word activity

Stickers on the dice all have a b or a d -- great activity to force kids to attend to letter shape when reading b/d and writing/tracing b/d

Slap! Call out a word and first person to slap it, adds it to their pile..... vocabulary, sight words, math facts... so many possibilities!

Create the word wall around the classroom. It is an engaging way to get the students involved in learning a new word each day because they get to add a piece to the word wall and make the caterpillar grow. The answer to my insufficient wall space!! Love it )

Squish and Seek Sight Words, from Playdough to Plato. Such a cool way to incorporate tactile learning into sight word practice.

Write sight words on the flat part of the bubblewrap and when they read the word correctly, they got to pop the bubble! It was sight word recognition and an occupational therapy/finger strengthening activity. You could do letter recognition, number recognition, math facts, etc.

Digging for sight words sensory tub

Where's the bear? Sight word practice

This is amazing activity, outdoor fun and learning. - use 10 golf pegs and plug them in the ground, - set 10 ping pong bolls on top (previously you would take s

Integrating Sight Words and Math. Love this idea!

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: My students LOVE this fun word-wall hunt. It's played with a partner. Read more at this blog post. (Creating Readers and Writers) #wordwall #sightwords #spelling

FREE Very Hungry Caterpillar Sight Word Game. Fun, motivating way to practice reading, spelling and writing sight words.

I use this idea constantly along with sky writing. The kids absolutely love it I just need to figure out a way go keep the sand on the tray.

Salt, glue and watercolour art. A name recognition activity (happy hooligans)

Mamas Like Me: The Great 8 Octopus - Counting and Fine-Motor Skill Activity for Preschool & Toddlers

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.

Popcorn Words... Easy and fun! Write sight words on piece of paper, crumple up and put into popcorn container. Child picks a piece, reads it & writes it! Check out the blog post for a FREE recording sheet.

Marshmallow Paint Art Center Activity ... everyone loved making and painting with this today.

This is amazing activity, outdoor fun and learning. - use 10 golf pegs and plug them in the ground, - set 10 ping pong bolls on top (previously you would take s

Squish and Seek Sight Words. Such an awesome way to practice sight words, ABC letters, shapes, math facts... anything!!