These editable sight word games are so much fun and super simple to prep! Just type in any words you want and all 20 sight word activities will be auto-filled!
They would be perfect for literacy centers or small group instruction. The kids are going to have a blast learning sight words in fun, hands-on ways!
Sight Word Games
Do you want the kids you teach to learn sight words while having fun? If so, these editable sight word games are just what you need.
Just type 12 words on the first page and all 20 games will be auto-populated with the words you’ve typed! Even the titles and instructions can be edited! This way you can use spelling words, foreign languages and more!
They make learning sight words engaging and fun while also being very effective. Forget the flashcards and the worksheets and use these fun sight word games and activities instead!
Many of the activities incorporate fun manipulatives as a means for getting kids involved and excited about the activity, but most of the manipulatives are things you probably already have around your classroom or can get easily at the dollar store.
The activities include sensory experiences, gross motor movement, art and fun games!
Almost every activity includes a recording sheet or is done on a sheet that can be turned in. These are optional for most activities, but do give kids extra practice with writing the words, which can be very helpful.
Sight Word Games that are Included in the Bundle:
Sight Word Swat
Whack a Word
Sight Word Slap
Sight Word Color by Code
Sight Word Sandwiches
Secret Code Sight Words
Sight Word Safari
Feed the Bear
Feed the Unicorn
Hide and Seek Treasure Hunt
Dinosaur Sight Word Game
Sight Word Puddle Jump
Race and Read
Fishing for Words
Sight Word Addition
Spin and Cover
Spin and Graph
Words 3 Ways
Read it, Build it, Write it Mats
*Having issues getting the printable pack? Please check out these helpful hints! If they don’t work, please contact me.
If you do not open it with Adobe Reader, the formatting and fonts will not display correctly. This is the only way the editable fields will work.
Also, if you try to do this on a Chromebook, tablet or a phone, it usually does not work. Even if you are using Adobe on the device, it does not show the embedded fonts. You will need to do it on a regular computer.