The very first thing I did was take all the sight words and write them on craft sticks, I got a bag of 100 at Hobby Lobby for about $1. Once that is done you can do a lot of activities to learn the sight words.
1. You draw a stick and make the word using letter tiles. Don't have letter tiles? You can make your own by printing off letters in a large font onto cardstock and laminating them. Want something fancier? You can make some really cool letters here.
4. Sight Word Steps: I used laminated feet and wrote the sight words on them. Then, just read and step. If you make it to the end of the path and you get a prize. Don't have cool feet or want to "create" them? You can go here and they have a game like this in color and black and white ready to print and play.
Other activities we have done that aren't pictured here
- We use the printable sight word booklets from Hubbard's Cupboard to color and read
- We've used worksheets from Kids Learning Station to write and read sight words
- We've used the word wheels and flash cards from Super Teacher Worksheets to do reading and writing activities.
This is really the tip of the iceberg of activities from just drawing words and writing them on paper or making sight word bingo, there are a lot of options to make learning these words fun for you child or classroom of kids. These activities can also be used as workboxes or centers.