Sight Word Games Literacy Center for Kindergarten and First Grade

Sight Word Games Literacy Center for Kindergarten and First Grade
Sight Word Games Literacy Center for Kindergarten and First Grade
Sight Word Games Literacy Center for Kindergarten and First Grade
Sight Word Games Literacy Center for Kindergarten and First Grade
Sight Word Games Literacy Center for Kindergarten and First Grade
Sight Word Games Literacy Center for Kindergarten and First Grade
Sight Word Games Literacy Center for Kindergarten and First Grade
Sight Word Games Literacy Center for Kindergarten and First Grade
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Have fun with your early learners while you teach 60 high-frequency sight words! These dice games are sure to engage your little learners and teach them important reading skills for sight words at the same time. For each set of six sight words (10 sets in total!) there are three activities to choose from, so there is something that will appeal to all abilities and learning styles.

Included in this 'Sight Words' packet is...

Teachers pages:
a full list of all 60 sight words plus a student page to track mastery throughout the year.

10 sets of sight words
Ten sets of sight words with 3 individual activities each.

Activity One, Sight Word Cube:
Students can color each sight word, and assemble it into a 3D cube. This may work best with teacher, or older buddy help. Then, work in pairs, small groups, or independently to roll the cube and practice reading the sight word that is rolled.

Activity Two: Roll it, say it, print it.
Use a dot cube (single dice). Roll the dice, point to the corresponding sight word on the page. Read the sight word out loud. Then, trace the word with a pencil. As an alternative, try laminating all of the sheets and tracing the sight word with a dry-erase marker to make it a re-usable literacy center activity.

Activity Three: Roll it, read it!
For students who are not ready to print/trace the sight words, this activity allows students to roll a dice, and then practice saying the sight word out loud. Try it in a literacy center, in small groups, or as partner work!

Total Pages
40 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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