This resource includes the following activities: Find the word. How many can you find. Kids look for the sight word in the shape of the very word so they can see it all the time which makes it easier to remember. Kids should also count how many words they found. To make counting easier, you can ask them to circle 2 or 3 words at a time which is also additional skip counting practice. I always try to incorporate as many skills as possible while doing a worksheet. This sometimes helps them concentrate better. Find the word in a sentence. Kids see the words in context and can also practice reading other words as well. You can ask them to color other words that they know. Maybe different color or if they do more than one worksheet at a time, to look for repeating words. Complete the missing letters. Kids need to carefully determine which letters are missing from the sight word. This can be a great spelling practice.
Write the words. There are three different ways to practice writing the sight words.
•outline – write inside or color it
As they have two easier way to practice writing, kids feel more confident when they have to wrote the words on their own.
More Sight Words resources you may find useful (most of the resources can be found for more levels than the one in the link – just look for them in the descriptions):