K SIGHT WORDS
*The words highlighted in pink are the words that we've learned so far!*
Reading Street Unit 1:
I am a to
October's Monthly Fun Sight Word Practice Suggestion:
Try reading and writing sight words using GLITTER! It's fun and easy to try. Just pour some salt mixed with glitter in a baking pan, tin, or tray...and let the fun begin!
Reading Street Unit 2:
the little is have my like we he for
November's Monthly Fun Sight Word Practice Suggestion:
This month try reading and writing sight words using Play-Doh!
November Game Idea: Fall Roll & Stamp
- First, roll the dice. Find that number on the Fall Roll & Stamp game board and READ the sight word. If read correctly, stamp or color that word.
- Repeat with the next person.
- If a number is rolled and there are no words left, you skip your turn.
- The winner is the person who has colored the most sight words!
Reading Street Unit 3:
me with she see look they you of
December Game Idea: Swat It!
- Place all of the sight word bugs down on the table.
- Call out a sight word and have your child SWAT IT with their fly swatter.
- If they say the word correctly, they keep the bug. If it’s incorrect, it stays on the table.
- Keep playing until all the bugs are gone. Have your child try to get faster with each time they play!
Reading Street Unit 4:
are that do one two three four five here go from
January Sight Word Game: POP!
- First, put all of the sticks into a container.
- Next, take turns having you and your child choose a stick and read the sight word. If read correctly, the person keeps the stick. If read incorrectly, the stick goes back into the container. If a POP stick is picked, then that person must put back all of their sight word sticks back into the container. The POP stick stays out.
- Play until all sticks are gone and the container is empty.
- The winner is the person who has the most sight word sticks at the end!
February Sight Word Game: ZAP!
- Each player takes turns choosing a card from the deck. If the card has a sight word on it, the student reads the word and if they are correct, they get to keep the card.
- If the card says, ZAP...they must put back all of their cards.
- If the card says, REVERSE...they must go back to the person whose turn it was and they get another turn.
- If the card says, SKIP...they have to skip a turn.
- Winner is the person with the most sight word cards at the end!
Reading Street Units 5 and 6:
green yellow blue what said was where come
March Sight Word Game: BUMP!
- First, have your child use a dry erase marker to write sight words from the above list and write them onto the BUMP game board.
- Roll the dice and read the sight word that goes with that number. If correct, cover that word with a pom pom.
- Repeat with the next person and continue by taking turns.
- If a word is covered with one pom pom, another player can BUMP that pom pom off and claim it with their color pom pom.
- If a word is covered with two pom poms, it can’t be bumped.
- Winner is the person with the most pom poms on the sight words.
New Sight Words:
big had did we him it or if in so by up not on can out your day just school make and some will too food but all at be
April Sight Word Game: Sight Word Go-Fish
- First, each player gets 7 sight word cards. The rest of the cards in the deck are left in a pile between the players.
- Then, each player takes turns asking the other player for a sight word card that they have trying to make a sight word match. (“Do you have the word, the?”)
- If the player has that word, they give the card to the other player to keep. If they don’t have the word, then they say, “Go Fish” and the other player takes a card from the deck.
- Repeat with each player. The person who has the most matches at the end, wins!