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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.

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In this card game students practice reading sight words and they try not to get skunked! A great TpT freebie...

Reach Common Core Early Reading Objectives (grades Pre-K through 2nd grade, special education, and/or ELL) the fun way by playing the game BURRRRR....

2 fun and engaging sight word games for primary students. Dolch PrePrimer words. Great for RTI, small group, or word work!

Students will love these interactive sight word books. Great for word work! Pre-Primer, Primer, and 1st Dolch Lists available. Buy individual or buy the bundle.

Place cards in a pocket chart with the cupcake behind a bowl. Have students pick a card by identifying the word on the card. Play continues until the cupcake card is found. A blank set of cards has been included to use your own words or to change the game to fit another standard.

Sight Word Sleuth; also use with just letters or with spelling words for older kids

With each word….students will trace it, color it, highlight it, stamp it, stamp it again, write it, cut it out, and paste it! Yes you will be able to keep working in your guided reading or small group long enough without being interrupted as they practice their sight words. I also include a set of large sight word flash cards that students can use to quiz each other. -Teaching by the Beach

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,

Some of my favorite center activities involve students reading to follow directions. Students enjoy coloring...so why not incorporate reading and c...