Sight Word Practice Bundle (Fry's 26-50)

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PreK - 1st, Homeschool
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This printable bundle will provide kids with coloring worksheets, playdough mats, and mini books for lots of Fry's 26-50 sight word practice. This set is great for homeschool or classroom activities. These can be used as homeschool curriculum, teacher resources, or for Montessori reading practice.  

Each set features Fry's 26-50 sight words: an, by, had, how, were, when, or, their, use, which, your, if, can, not, one, said, we, all, but, do, she, there, what, each, words.

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  • 25 Sight Word Coloring Worksheets (one per sight word)
  • 25 Sight Word Playdough Mats (one per sight word)
  • 25 Sight Words Mini Books (each 8 pages long) - Total 200 pages (in B/W and color versions)

This bundle focuses on:

  • Motor Skills: students practice fine motor by shaping playdough into the shape of each word
  • Tracing: students trace the sight word multiple times
  • Writing: practice writing the sight words in sentences
  • Reading: students practice reading sight words in multiple sentences
  • Word Recognition: students practice seeing, reading, writing, and finding the sight words to increase word recognition
  • Fluency: students read the sight word along with a sentence using each word 
  • Bonus - Coloring: If using the black & white versions, students can also color in the pictures for some added fun :)

How to Use This Bundle

Choose the set(s) you wish to print. Print in landscape for best results and maximized playspace.

  • Coloring Worksheets Instructions: Print the page(s) you wish to work on. You will need one page per word for each student.
    • Have students color each letter of the word according to the pattern listed.
    • Next, students can write the sight word on the included lines.
    • Finally, students will locate and circle the target word among other sight words.

  • Playdough Mat Instructions: Print and laminate the pages. Cut apart. You will need one page per student for each word.
    • Give students playdough and have them form the playdough into the sight word on the sheet.
    • Use dry erase markers to trace and write the sight word on the included lines. 

  • Mini Book Instructions: Print the pages, cut each page in half on the dotted line, and staple them together as a book. These have been designed to save as much paper as possible. The file contains two complete books. For 20 students, you need 10 copies of the file.
    • On each page, have students follow the instruction to either circle, write, trace, or read the target sight word.
    • On the “Finish the Sentence” page, have students add to the provided sentence starter to make a complete sentence using the sight word.
    • For added fun, use the black and white version and have students color pictures on the sentence pages.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print.
Follow words from left to right, top to bottom, and page by page.
Understand that words are separated by spaces in print.
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
Read common high-frequency words by sight (e.g., the, of, to, you, she, my, is, are, do, does).


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