In our journey through the words that start with the letter J, we come to spelling and sight reading!
Before you start to work on these sight words for the letter J, select your favorite spelling and sight word activities. Then, prepare the necessities so that you can make learning a breeze for your child.
Considering how to teach sight words in a way that will work for your child can seem so incredibly daunting. Don’t worry; we have your back!
Then, you can move onto our sight word list (for kindergarten and 1st grade) and our spelling list, below. And do not forget to check out our Letter J Worksheets to help you save the day along the way.
SIGHT WORD LIST
There are not too many sight words that start with the letter J, but they are all important. It is exciting for us to be able to share this list of sight words that start with the letter J. Memorizing the words just takes time and drilling. Jam pack learning opportunities into your day, just to help your child learn the letter J.
KINDERGARTEN SIGHT WORDS:
1ST GRADE SIGHT WORDS:
Make it fun, and the memorization will come.
SPELLING WORDS THAT START WITH THE LETTER J
With our spelling words, I had my kiddos take each list and write it out a few times a day, for the week we spent on it. In no time, they had mastered the letter J, improved their handwriting, and were ready to take on the next challenge!
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. If the drills get frustrating, take a break to color the letters!
2ND GRADE SPELLING LIST:
3RD GRADE SPELLING WORDS THAT START WITH THE LETTER J:
There are surely words that aren’t even on this list that you and your child see every day! If you catch yourself using one of the words listed above in conversation – or even if you just see it on a billboard – make a note of it to your child. As you go about your daily business, try looking for words that start with the letter J. If you seem gleeful and fascinated, they will join in and start to use their new skills to recognize the words, themselves.