Need hands-on and fun sight words activities? Grab the packet and use as an Interactive Notebook (organize kids' materials like a portfolio show progress throughout the year). More ways to use: as Word Work Activities or No-prep literacy centers.
What results do teachers see after using sight words typewriters?
- "This was an excellent way to gain an uninterested student's attention. He said, "This is fun!" What a great idea!"
- "These are great. We do at least 2 heart words a week. These are perfect for my kinder kids. They get to trace the word, practice writing, finding the word, rainbow write, build it on their own, retain red is for vowels and blue is for constants...they put these in their journals each week. So glad I found them."
- "I teach special education and my kids really struggle with learning their sight words. I love this bundle because it gives them ways to work with the words independently and also makes it fun."
- "We add these to our other Word Work activities. The students love them!"
- "This was a great alternative centre for kids who needed differentiation."
- "I love this for sight word work. It is a bonus that it helps them memorize the keyboard as well! Fantastic!"
- "Great for my word work in my significant disabilities classroom. Thanks."
What sight words are practiced?
FRY's 1st hundred list
the, of, and, a, to, in, is, you, that, it, he, was, for, on, are, as, with, his, they, I, at, be, this, have, from, or, one, had, by, words, but, not, what, all, were, we, when, your, can, said, there, use, an, each, which, she, do, how, their, if, will, up, other, about, out, many, then, them, these, so, some, her, would, make, like, him, into, time, has, look, two, more, write, go, see, number, no, way, could, people, my, than, first, water, been, called, who, oil, sit, now, find, long, down, day, did, get, come, made, may, part.
Activities to practice each sight word:
- "Type" the word highlighting the letters.
- Brighten the word:
- color it with crayons / pencils
- paint using q-tips
- decorate using play dough and rice
- Trace the word
- Write the word
- Rainbow write the word
- Build the word
- Circle the word
- Find the rhyme
- Find it (in the word search)
- Make a sentence (under the flap)
- Find and highlight the word (on the pencil)
These sight word activities are perfect for prek, kindergarten, first grade, and second grade students.
After some some guidance and modeling students can complete new words independently.