Here come handy words that start with the letter H!
SIGHT WORD LIST
As we start to list Kindergarten Sight Words and 1st Grade Sight Words, it becomes apparent that there are far too many to try to teach at once. But – we have a solution! We are grouping these challenging words by the letter they start with. This helps to keep lessons fun and on-point without being overwhelming. We love being able to have a short sight word list for the letter H ready for you to share with your child.
KINDERGARTEN SIGHT WORDS:
If you’re having any trouble figuring out how to make a sight word memorable to a Kindergartner, my first instinct is always to ask them what they think the word is. Then, you will be more able to find what is connecting for them already. From there, you can follow their natural learning style to a solution that cements their understanding of the letter H.
1ST GRADE SIGHT WORDS:
There is no perfect method for how to teach sight words to everyone, only the methods that work best for each individual. If your child is struggling to make a connection, consider trying a new strategy! There are always new sight word activities being created.
SPELLING WORDS THAT START WITH THE LETTER H
My kids are always hungry for a challenge, so feel free to mix up these lists to suit your needs and keep things interesting.
KINDERGARTEN SPELLING LIST:
1ST GRADE SPELLING LIST:
1st Grade spelling words introduce a lot of concepts that are helpful! If I find my child is struggling with any particular combination of letters, I’ll hunt down similar words. Then, we will usually drill with the extended list. When teaching 1st grade spelling words, it is important to make sure that you are not overwhelming your child. Take it slow and let understanding develop naturally.
2ND GRADE SPELLING LIST:
3RD GRADE SPELLING LIST:
With many of these spelling words, you can add an additional challenge for clever students. The addition of a suffix can make for a new step in education as you drill difficult spelling and grammar concepts. Spelling lists aim to expand vocabulary, but they are only the base for understanding.
There are always fun ways to include learning in our daily lives. If you catch yourself using any of our spelling words in conversation – even if you just see it on a billboard while driving to the grocery store – make a note of it to your child. If you seem hyped about it, they will join in and start to use their new skills to recognize the words, themselves!
Before long, you’ll be unable to go anywhere without your child making sure you see all of the words that start with the letter H.