A Year of Sight Word Games

Activity for ages 4 to 8.

I won’t downplay it – I’m totally obsessed with these 32 editable sight word games.

And teachers are too! The pack has earned more than 1,300 four star ratings on Teachers Pay Teachers.

“This has to be one of the best things that I have ever bought! These save me so much time and headaches when it’s time to cycle out my centers!” – Elizabeth W.

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My kindergarten class was filled with kids at many different reading levels.

Some were just beginning to recognize their letters and others were reading short novels.

I knew that teaching kids sight words that were at their just right reading level would skyrocket their progress but it was SO time consuming to pull together activities for every sight word list week after week.

So I set out on a mission to create a solution.

And viola!

The Editable Sight Word Games were born.

I simply type my word list once and they automatically load into every game.

We can practice alphabet letter, classmates’ names, word families, seasonal words… anything under the sun and they automatically load into every activity just. like. that.

When my kids are ready to move on to a new list, I just swap out the words and hit “print” again to make a brand new game that’s perfect for another reading level.

I can’t believe I used to spend so much time putting together literacy centers!

Easily Differentiate

It’s probably no surprise that my favorite perk is being able to easily differentiate.

One group of students can practice words that are at their just right level while another group of children works on the same activity but with a completely different list.

AND {it’s a big and!!} this pack of sight word games makes all of that practice fun for kids. The creative, hands-on games are super motivating.

“So easy to edit this to fit any type of word work – sight words, blends, silent “e” words, vowel teams, CVC words, etc.” – Debbie R.

“So happy that this works for French! I tried to input all of the accents and I was so pleased to see that it worked. Thank you!!” – Elysha W. 

Peek Inside

So, what do the 32 motivating sight word games look like?

First up, grab a spatula and flip over some sight word eggs.

Fish for sight words…

And then record them on the record sheet.

Play a few rounds of Word Leap!
Walk around the room hunting for words.

Then pull out a magnifying glass to search for more.

Take a hike.

Play a round of Jumping Jellyfish.

Pull out popcorn words.

And so. much. more.

There are 32 editable sight word games in all.

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