Next up in the alphabet is words that start with the letter F!
Do you already have an answer when someone asks how to teach sight words? I have a couple of favorite sight word activities including sight word snacks – food and learning? Count us in! Sometimes I will combine games to keep them interesting and challenging while other times I may adjust them to be easier so that no one ends up discouraged. At the end of the day, I always come back to the core ideas behind teaching sight words.
SIGHT WORD LIST
Since sight words are best taught early, we have prepared words that start with the letter F for your Kindergartners and 1st Graders!
Some words beginning with the letter F are hard to pronounce one letter at a time. For those words, we rely on memorizing a sight word list. The list below contains the most common letter F sight words for kindergarten and first grade. If you find more words that are difficult for your child, you can always add them to your activities. This list of words can have as many words as you would like.
KINDERGARTEN SIGHT WORDS:
Of all of the words on this list, I have found “find” to be the most useful. We are always playing games with our sight word list, when out and about. The easiest game of all? “Can you find–?”
1ST GRADE SIGHT WORDS:
SPELLING WORDS THAT START WITH F
While I am definitely opinionated on the easiest way to learn spelling words, there is no wrong answer. If you’re making progress, you’re doing something right.
You can’t spell fundamental without fun, right? If you need fun spelling ideas, we’ve got you covered!
KINDERGARTEN SPELLING LIST:
1ST GRADE SPELLING LIST:
1st Grade spelling words are so crucial to a child’s development. Words that start with the letter F are no exception to this rule. Lifelong skills are developed in understanding of letter combinations. This list of 1st grade spelling words may be the first time your child has seen the “fth” in “fifth” and it’s absolutely okay for them to struggle a little. Never lose faith and never stop trying new sight word activities! When in doubt, try a new one out!
2ND GRADE SPELLING LIST:
3RD GRADE SPELLING LIST:
Spelling drills can wear on anyone. As you and your children work to master words that start with the letter F, make sure to take breaks to focus on other aspects of learning whenever you or your child begin to feel frustrated. You can do this, together.
Have a fantastic day!