Engaging Cheers to Learn Sight Words

Grade Levels
K - 3rd
Formats Included
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8 pages


Help students learn sight words through this fun activity!

Differentiated learning at its best! Why does it work?

Actions – kinesthetic learners

Reading – visual learners

Chanting – auditory learners, through hearing themselves and others repeating the letters!

Cheering letters is a fun way to learn sight words. These are a variety of cheers that I have used in my classroom throughout the past 9 years. Many, of these cheers if not all of them, have been around for many more years I have been teaching for.

When we cheer our sight words we always do it three times in a row. First, we call out all the letters with an action and then use a fun action when we call out the word.


Print on card stock and add to a ring or laminate for durability for daily use.

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I hope you enjoy using these in your classroom.

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Total Pages
8 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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