Our school uses the Dolch word list for sight words, but have found that most word lists are similar. Let’s chat on Facebook over the difference of word lists. Do you find a huge difference from Fry sight word or Dolch sight words? You can send me a message right here as I’d love to hear from you!
Hey friends! In first grade, we’ve been practicing all things high frequency words. If you need extra resources for teaching sight words, I’ve included some for you. Keep reading in the post so that you can download your free sight word games! In order to master sight words, students need daily practice. We know that sight words are words that students will see in reading texts that do not necessarily follow a strict phonics pattern.
Students love these free sight word games and enjoy practicing reading through play.
Here’s a few more chances for students to practice sight words with free games and activities!
The Moffatt Girls shares a free game that my students are really enjoy. Sight Word Sampler
I created a race car themed sight word game for my students to really ensure my reluctant readers are engaged. You can find that post~>>> Sight-Word-Race
My sweet friend Hadar with Miss Kindergarten gives students a chance to practice sight words in this fun and engaging printable activity~~~> Star-Words-Sight-Word-Practice-
Reagan shares how she lets her students practice learning high frequency words in this post~~> Tunstall Times
I recently found more sight word activities for students and shared them here
It’s off to lesson planning I go, but until then, if you find more ways to have students practice sight words, please use the contact me portion of my blog to let me know! See you around friends!