This collection of sight word worksheets is a super fun way to help your kids practice these important words.
You’ll find 5 sets of printable activities for preK through third grade.
Check out all the cool ways your kids will be able to learn and practice sight words with these worksheets and get your collection today!
Learning & Practicing Sight Words Can Be FUN!
I dreaded teaching my boys sight words.
As a homeschool mom who loves to make learning fun, teaching sight words seemed like one of those things that would be boring. Like flashcards for math facts.
My mom (who’s a retired Kindergarten teacher) reassured me that learning and practice sight words can be fun. She passed along some cool tools and ideas so I could make the experience enjoyable for my five boys and me.
I’m so grateful for her creative inspiration! She helped me breakthrough that mental block that I had about sight words. And now I can say that it’s been one of the most fun activities in our homeschool 🙂
Over the years, I’ve tried a variety of sight word activities to see what was most effective and engaging. Some of our big winners have been a sight words memory game and sight words coloring activities.
And now I’ve got a NEW collection of sight word worksheets for learning and practice to share with you!!
Mix It Up to Maximize Sight Words Practice
Before I chat about these new sight word worksheets, I wanted to share this important tip with you.
To boost the learning fun AND maximize success, mix up the ways that your kids practice sight words.
By mixing it up, your kids are less likely to get bored. Using different activities and resources makes it easier to engage your kids for better focus and attention.
How can you easily mix up your sight words practice? Here are a few ideas:
- Gather a collection of fun sight word activities.
- Provide your kids with a variety of writing surfaces. My boys have practiced writing and reading sight words on:
- paper plates
- kitchen counter (with pudding or shaving cream)
- Make it interactive. When your kids work with you, it makes learning and practicing sight words so much more fun. Play a fun sight words memory game or turn it into a scavenger hunt.
- Encourage your kids to read and write the sight words. Have them read the sight word out loud then copy it.
- Offer different ways for your kids to experience sight words. Point out the sight words in books during your read-aloud time. Give your kids worksheets with a variety of activities (just like this new collection!).
3 Cool Ways to Use These Sight Words Worksheets
In this collection of sight word worksheets, you’ll find 5 separate packs for Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, Frist Grade, Second Grade, and Third Grade.
You know your kids best. Progress at a rate that feels comfortable. And please don’t feel in any rush or worry if your child is “behind”. The most important thing is that you’re taking the time to help your kids learn these important words that makes reading so much more fun and easier 🙂
These sight word worksheets are created to provide your kids with different ways to practice. You may find that these activities are enough. Or you may want to use these sight word activities to jumpstart extra learning fun.
For my youngest boy, I printed these sight word worksheets on white cardstock and laminated. He loves to use dry erase markers and I love that he can practice again and again 😉
2. Extend the Sight Words Fun
Encourage your child to use the back of the paper to continue practicing that sight word. Or provide other writing surfaces (see above) for more practice.
3. Make a Sight Word Binder
Use a three-hole paper punch and place this sight word worksheets collection in a binder. This step will keep your child’s work organized and easy to find. Plus, it’s so much fun to back and look at all their progress 🙂
Get Your Collection of Sight Words Worksheets
WooHoo! I’m so pumped up that you want to make it easy and fun for your kids to learn and practice sight words!
This collection of sight word worksheets contains 5 packs:
- Pre-Kindergarten (40 words)
- Kindergarten (52 words)
- First Grade (41 words)
- Second Grade (46 words)
- Third Grade (41 words)
Pre-Kindergarten Sight Word Practice WorksheetsKindergarten Sight Word Practice WorksheetsFirst Grade Sight Word Practice WorksheetsSecond Grade Sight Word Practice WorksheetsThird Grade Sight Word Practice Worksheets
These worksheets prompt your student to:
- Read the word
- Trace the word
- Circle the word
- Find the word
- Write the word
- Complete the sentence
You may certainly print as many copies of these worksheets as you need to use with your family, homeschool, class, or co-op. If you have a friend or co-worker who may like to use these sight word printable activities, please share the link to this post (and not the download). Thanks so much for your cooperation and sharing 🙂