Sight Word Activity Strips are a FUN and FUNCTIONAL way for students to practice sight words!
- Sight word introduction
- Sight word practice
- Small group word work
- Independent literacy center
- Morning work
- Sight word homework
Students add to their Sight Word Rings ALL YEAR LONG and celebrate their success one word at a time!
SAVE BIG and get the SIGHT WORD ACTIVITY STRIPS BUNDLE!
- Sight Word Activity Strip cover page
- Sight Words I Know student success tracker page
- 40 Sight Word Activity Strips – one for each Dolch First Grade Sight Word
- 40 “Write It” strips – copy on the back and students write the sight word in a sentence
Find & Circle: Students use four different colors to circle matching sight words. They will use these sight words for the graph below.
Trace & Write: students practice tracing the sight word, followed by writing it one or two times.
Count & Graph: Students use the words from “Find & Circle” to graph how many of each sight word they found. This is great for multiple sight word review!
Roll & Color: This is a favorite…students roll a die and color in each letter of the sight word according to the color number key.
DOLCH FIRST GRADE SIGHT WORDS INCLUDED:
after, again, an, any, ask, as, by, could, every, fly, from, give, going, had, has, her, him, his, how, just, know, let, live, may, of, old, once, open, over, put, round, some, stop, take, thank, them, then, think, walk, were, when.
Want more sight word practice? Check out my SIGHT WORD ACTIVITY BOOKS!
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Circle & Count: students have to discriminate between different fonts/sight words to find the sight word being practiced. Once students have found as many of the sight word being practiced that there are, they have to count them and write the number found.
Trace & Write: students practice tracing the sight word, followed by writing it two times.
Color by Number: numbers 0-10 are used in this set. The numbers are put in sequence and both count up and down. Students have to color in the bubble sight word by the corresponding numbers/colors given.
Match & Color: This is a favorite…students have to match pairs of sight words by coloring them in. I let students use Dab or dot markers for this and they LOVE it!!!
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