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27 Awesome Sight Word Activities

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Did you know that sight words make up more than half of the words we read? So, it only makes sense that they are an important part of teaching kids how to read. Learning to read certainly doesn’t have to be boring though – it is exciting! These 27 awesome sight word activities for Pre-K and Kindergarten provide engaging, hands-on ways to build up sight word knowledge and increase reading skills!

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These 27 awesome sight word activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten provide fun, hands-on ways to build sight word knowledge and reading skills!

27 Awesome Sight Word Activities

Grab some chopsticks and have a blast reviewing words with this Pick Up Sticks Sight Words Game. // JDaniel 4’s Mom

This Sight Word Game is a great way to build up fine motor skills and get in some spelling practice too! // Little Bins for Little Hands

Did somebody say chocolate? This Chocolate Sight Words Tray is a sensory-filled good time. // Natural Beach Living

Take your craft sticks and turn them into these easy DIY Popsicle Stick Sight Word Puzzles. // And Next Comes L

Get up and move with a game of Sight Words Parking Lot. // And Next Comes L

Recycle your old games and play Scrabble Sight Words. // Kids Creative Chaos

These sight word activities for Pre-K and Kindergarten offer interactive learning fun.

Build scissor skills and handwriting skills with Cut and Paste Sight Word Sentences. // The Kindergarten Connection

Popcorn Sight Words is a fun way to review words with your little ones. // The Preschool Toolbox

Take some notecards and create these simple and fun DIY Sight Word Puzzles. // 3 Dinosaurs

Print out these Sight Word Wall Cards and have words to read at your fingertips. // 3 Dinosaurs

Serve up some words with this fun Sight Words Cafe dramatic play center. // The Kindergarten Connection

Use your sticky notes for a fun word review game of Sticky Note Sight Words. // The Kindergarten Connection

Incorporate fun materials like play dough, chalk, and sticky notes to practice sight words.

Grab some watercolors and make a “magic” rainbow with this Rainbow Sight Words activity. // The Kindergarten Connection

This Word Building Travel Kit is great for on-the-go or as a classroom word work choice.  // I Heart Crafty Things

Another great use for sticky notes – make these fun Word Towers! // Planning Playtime

Anything monster themed is a hit with my kids, like this Monster Munch Sight Word Eater. // The Craft Train

I have craft sticks in abundance, so this Popsicle Stick Sight Word Game is perfect for a fun word review. // Teach me Mommy

Have you tried Playdough Sight Word Writing? // Fantastic Fun and Learning

Scrabble tiles and popcorn also add tons of fun to sight word practice.

These Sight Word Printables for any Word List are fun no matter what words you are working on! // The Kindergarten Connection

Grab some chalk and head outdoors for a game of Sight Word Twister. // A Mom with a Lesson Plan

Stay active and on the move with a fun game of Sight Word Soccer. // Coffee Cups and Crayons

Save those plastic bottlecaps and build Caterpillar Sight Words. // This Reading Mama

Have fun with letter beads and try Sight Word Beading. // In My World

Popsicle sticks and frosting can add an extra layer of hands-on fun to your sight word activities.

These Simple Tools for Making Words With Playdough make sight word practice even more fun. // The Kindergarten Connection

Who knew Nerf Guns helped with learning sight words too? This Shoot The Sight Words game is sure to be a hit! // 1+1+1 Equals One

These crayon Sight Word Rubbings are a fun, sensorial way to learn sight words. // Sugar Aunts

Make some Easy and Fun Sight Word Games with Felt to play in each season of the year. // The Kindergarten Connection

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