Sight Words Worksheets for teaching and practicing sight words with kids.
This set focuses on recognition of sight words through various interesting activities. The set is designed for 4-6 years and above kids to practice the recognition and reading of sight words.
The set has number of sheets, to practice the two and three letter sight words. The set has good number of interactive activities which make the learning of sight words fun for kids. Through these activities the set covers the two and three letter sight words from Jolly Phonics list.
Minimum age recommended is 4.5 yrs.
Activities in this set are :
- Match the sight words
- Underline the sight word in the given sentence.
- Word Search
- Play a Peek-a-boo game and colour the sight words
- Sight Words Colour by Code
- Sight Words – Throw the Dice and Win the Game
- Sight Words Puzzles
- Sight Words Tic-Tac-Toe Game
This is a comprehensive set of some interesting fun activities to practice sight words. We have tried to keep the activities simple and entertaining so that kids can understand the concept easily.
**Note – Please note that each child is unique, please start these when you think your kid is ready for these concepts and using worksheets. Worksheets are to be used for young kids for very small duration, these concepts can also be taught in a variety of other ways.
How to use these worksheets ?
As soon as you get the set you can start playing with your kid.
There are activities to practice and understand the sight words. We recommend start practicing these worksheets when your kid is comfortable with letter sound of each alphabet. Go slow and let your kid learn with his/her own pace.
Let your kid solve these using crayons or pencils or as per your kid’s choice.
To make the learning more fun :
You can play some games around it. When you have practiced few sight words.. from an old newspaper or magazine you can search and cut sight words (along with your kid) and can paste on a paper and make a collage.
Write sight words on small piece of papers ( one sight word on one piece of paper). Keep them upside down and with your kid sing a rhyme, while singing keep your finger on each paper. Pick the paper where you stop singing and ask your kid to read the sight word written on paper.
Hope you and your kid will love to play with these worksheets.
Have fun together, you are doing great as a parent
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