This is a super fun way for your kindergartners and 1st graders to practice reading and writing sight words while participating in a traditional Easter Egg Hunt. Just print and cut apart the two sheets of 96 of Fry's first 100 sight words and put them inside of plastic Easter Eggs. Hide them and have your kiddos hunt for them. After they have hunt is over, have students open their eggs, read the sight words inside and write them on one of the provided recording sheets. If you want your kiddos to experience reading and writing more sight words, after they have written their words, have them walk around the classroom and find other kids who have words on their list that they don't have by reading the words on their lists to each other. If they're friend has a word that they don't, they can write it on their list too. Continue until their lists are full. I have included fouir different recording sheets, so you can choose which one works best for your kiddos depending upon how many words you want them to write and how much space they need to write their words. My kiddos absolutely love this activity! I'm sure yours will too. Have fun.
For more Easter themed games, activities, printables, & emergent readers, just click on the links below:
Easter Bump: An Adding, Number Recognition, and Subitizing Game
Easter Composing & Decomposing with 10 frames,
Easter Count the room: Numbers 9 - 20
Easter Egg Reading & Writing CVC Words Matching Activity
Easter Egg Reading & Writing Long Vowel Pattern Words Matching Activity
Easter Themed: Sight Word Write the Room
Emergent Reader: Easter Egg Hunt Addition
Emergent Reader: The Easter Bunny Lost His Eggs
Emergent Reader: Where is Chick?
Rhyming Easter Eggs Matching Activity
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