Weekly sight words packs are a great way to introduce new words in small chunks. You can use these sets in any order you'd like but they are presented in their order of frequency. These are FRY'S sight words.
This week's words: he, was, for, on, are
There are a variety of activities to do and you certainly don't have to do all of them in a week. You can alternate or use different pages to provide differentiated activities for your unique needs.
Some activities might become favorites of your students, like the Color By Sight Words.
Check out the MEGA SIGHT WORD BUNDLE
which includes all 20 weeks!
Student check-off list- included with all sets but you only need to print 1 time per student. Contains all 20 weeks of words.
Sight word cards- vowels in red, use these for your classroom word wall.
Medallions- students wear a new one each day, Monday-Friday. Simply color, cut out and attach a string and the students have a great way to show their learning. You could use these as a "prize" if they can read the word to you.
Color, Write, Cut and Paste- 5 pages, each with a new sight word. Student practice writing the word and then spelling it with the cut out letters.
Color By Sight Word- 1 page with a coloring book type graphic. Students find the words and color them according to the key.
Flip Book- little mini books with all 5 words. Students love to show off their learning and being able to take this home to read to their family.
Each book only takes one page to print.
Sight Word Match- students practice writing the word, then cut it and and match it up.
Building Sight Words- this fun page has the students cut out letters and glue them to make the sight word. It's like having mini alphabet tiles.
Sight Word Cube- create a center with this cube. Print, cut, laminate and assemble. Use with the following 2 pages.
Roll A Word- students roll the cube and then find the word on their sheet. The use the dotted font to help them write the word. You can play this like bingo- the first student to get a row filled in, wins!
Roll and Graph- students roll the cube and color in one section of their graph.
Dry Erase Pages- these look similar to worksheets but they are intended for dry erase pockets or laminate. Use with dry erase markers (fine tip ones work better)
Match and Graph- Cut out the words and glue them in the correct column.
Sight Word Books- 5 books total, one for each new word. Students cut out the sight word and glue them in on the book pages to complete the sentence. These pages have fun graphics for coloring too.
Making Sentences- extend their writing skills by having them use the new words in sentence.
Sight Word Phrases- 5 pages, one per sight word. Students see how their new words can be used in a sentence.