This popcorn sight word activity is sure to enhance learning in your classroom for your young learners. The words contained on the popcorn fluffs are words from the 100 Action 100 book challenge list for kindergarten and first grade readers. They are also on the dolch and fry list for primary readers. What a great way to get your students to interact with common high frequency words, in a fun and engaging way. Simply print out, cut out, and laminate the popcorn fluffs (you can print them out on yellow or white copy paper). Cut them out and place them in a container. Cut out the striped popcorn container covers and laminate them. Take about four to six used milk cartons from the school cafeteria and clean and dry them out completely. When completely clean and dry, glue the striped popcorn container covers onto the milk cartons (first glue construction paper onto the milk cartons to cover them completely). Place the popcorn fluffs in the center of a table, faced down (words are hidden from view), and have the children select a word. If they can read the word that they select, then they can place it in their popcorn cartons. If they cannot read the word, tell them the word, but they lose a turn and do not keep the popcorn fluff. At the end of the game, the student with the most popcorn fluffs win.