This “GO FISH” Sight Word Phrases Card Game is a fun way for students to practice and master the List 1-4 sight word phrases. Directions: First copy the fish cards page on the back of each sight word phrases page. Use colored card stock for a real card game feel. Once copied front/back, cut the cards out on the cut lines provided.
To play the game: Deal out a certain number of cards face down to each player. Put the rest face down in the middle of the table between the players. Differentiate which lists to use based on student needs. Players then pick up their cards, and put down any “matches” on the table/floor. Starting with the first player, players ask: “Do you have “to the”, for example. If a player has this card, s/he gives it to them, who puts down the match on the table. If no one has the card the player needs, s/he draws a card from the top of the card pile. If it’s a match s/he puts it down on the table. If not the game continues with the next player. The game ends when all matches are found. The player with the most “matches” wins.