Magnified Sight Words - kids use a magnifying glass to read sight words written in teeny font...the kids will flip for this!

Laminate magazine pages, flyers, menus, warranty pages for students to hunt sight words, using a dry erase marker. >>>> Spy Sight Words Reading Activity with a FREEBIE Clever Classroom

Free download for sight word detective work {You'll need a magnifying glass for this activity}

Sight Word Practice - Typing .. Fun new way to practice those sight words :)

Play tic tac toe with spelling words! Awesome idea!

Sight Word Graphing! A fun way to practice sight words and math skills!

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Super Hero Reader Books - free dolch sight word books for kids from Toddler - 2nd grade #sightwords #reading #homeschool #preschool #superhero

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.

FREE Dolch Words & Phrases Book This is a black & white booklet I make for all of my students each year. It contains all 11 lists of the Dolch Sight Words plus the Dolch Phrases for the students to practice at home.

sight word sticks!

This has 30 pages of activities that you can work on sight words. This would be great with teaching students sight words or with the students that are struggling with sight words. 9553

Sight words and sidewalk chalk...give each student a personalized bag of sight words and and a piece of chalk and have them write them outside -- perfect for warm weather!

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roll a letter...sight words

We love these songs that teach letter sounds... plus sight word songs and more! Fun to listen to the in car - you'll hear your kids singing them in no time.

Sight word poems folder

Word Wall Center Activity.

Some great sight word ideas!

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

Use ping pong balls to teach your active learner sight words. "Throw 'for' to me. Throw 'so' to me."