This is a HUGE Sight Word Game Set! 6 Games included!
Included Games: I Can Speed Read Sight Words, Singing Sight Words, Sight Word Mustaches, Basketball Sight Words, Sweet Mixed Up Sight Words, Roll and Trace Sight Words.
This is a variety of fun ways to have students completely engaged and loving learning about sight words while reading, writing, and working together cooperatively!
Description of each game:
I CAN SPEED READ SIGHT WORDS-
220 WORDS-They can roll the dice and then read that column as fast as they can. Students love to see how fast they can read the columns.
SWEET MIXED UP SIGHT WORDS with QR CODES-
This set includes 180 SIGHT WORD CARDS!
Great set to use during reading centers for students to try and solve the mixed up sight word and then check to see if they were able to solve using the QR CODE.
I would have students write down the word they solved and read on a sheet of paper.
To differentiate you could have some groups read the words and then write a sentence using that word.
ALSO, if students are having trouble solving you could underline the letter that the word begins with on each card.
I would print these and laminate them to use year after year.
The candies and colors along with integrating technology make this a very engaging center for students to accomplish independently.
ROLL and TRACE Sight Words
These start off easy and get harder.
This set includes 5 different pages of Sight Words with 24 Words on each page.
This is a great activity for literature centers. It can be an independent activity where students roll a dice and then trace the sight words under the number they rolled. You can stop there or have them continue to roll and trace until the page is full.
I would copy on colored copy paper or card stock and have laminated and then have students use a dry erase marker.
We often have Curriculum Nights where we share games with parents to take home. This would be a great one to use.
SINGING SIGHT WORDS-
Over 200 Sight Words Included in this set! Oh these are so much fun!
After modeling singing on these Sight Word Microphones allow students to explore singing sight words during reading or literacy stations/centers, use these whole group, after a guided reading book to focus on specific sight words or even during free choice centers.
I usually sing: Here, here, h-e-r-e, here, here and have students sing it back when introducing these microphones.
MUSTACHE SIGHT WORDS-
I MUSTACHE you about Sight Words!
This set includes 220 Sight Words!
I would print these on cardstock, cut them out and hot glue or tape them to popsicle sticks You can do many things with these, but one idea is to use these like the
headbandz game. Have students not look and them put the mustache up to their Face and have a partner give hints for which sight word their partner is holding
up on the Mustache. Ways to give hints: beginning letter, beginning sound, last letter, number of letters,
use the sight word in a sentence, or tell a word that the sight word rhymes with.
I have also included a recording sheet, use if you would like.
Sight Word Basketball Game with 220 sight words
Materials: Cup (dixie cup will be fine), balls for each student (ping pong, crumpled pieces of paper, pom poms, etc.), and these basketball sight word cards
I would suggest at most a group of 4 students play this game at a time.
Place the cup in the middle of the table and each student needs 1 ball to use.
2. Place the cards in a stack face down in the middle of the table.
Have students turn one card over. Then attempt to made a “basket” using the ball and cup if they can recognize the sight word. The first one to make a “basket” should then verbally recognize the sight word to earn the card.
The player with the most cards at the end o f the game wins.
These cards could also be used for a word wall if you wish.
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