If you are looking for ways to make memorization of high frequency words, also known as sight words, easier then check out these sight word worksheets and activities pack. Sight words are also known as high frequency words. By working on quick recognition of these words, children will be able to read more fluently. By building the sight words children will also improve their spelling too. You will find kindergarten sight words, first grade sight words and more.
Sight Word Worksheets
Learning sight words can be tough for children and that’s why repetition is so important. Children will learn better by using sight word flash cards. but in this post you will find my printable fry sight words as well as Dolch sight words lists and worksheets.
Dolch Sight Words Worksheets
Each pack of sight words is organized by grade level.
I started working on sight words as soon as my children started learning to read. Simple words in the pre-primer (also known as pre k sight words) were great for my five year old to start working on. She absolutely loved the challenge.
You can use the sight word cards as a memory matching game, hide it in rice, or play a stomp on the sight word game. There are so many possibilities with these packs that I know that you will love them!
If your class is not working on Dolch Words you can either opt to do it separately at home with your child or if they are using Fry sight words, these will be coming soon to this page.
Each of the sight words activities packs include sight word lists, sight word flashcards and more sight word worksheets to make a child learn sight words through repetition.
Fry Sight Words
We have recently started working through Fry Sight words lists. Here are the posts for the first grade sight words, kindergarten sight words and accompanying activities.
Read! Build! Write! Mats also known as Say it! Build it! Write it!
More Sight Word Ideas
If you are looking for more sight word activities besides the sight word worksheets then you can add in the letters of the sight word and throw them in a sensory bin. Have your child hunt for the letters of the word and then create the required word.
We will be adding some fry words to this page each month. Make sure to keep checking back for more fun sight word worksheets and coloring pages