My oh my! It’s time for more words that start with the letter M!
If you’ve been following along with out Letter M Activities, this should be a piece of cake! (Mmmm cake…)
SIGHT WORD LIST
There are some letter M words that just don’t quite make sense. Not even when we try to sound them out! For those words, we rely on memorizing a sight word list. This list of words can be as long or as short as you like – the more, the better!
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! Grouping these challenging words by the letter they start with, 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 M ready for you to share.
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:
SPELLING WORDS THAT START WITH THE LETTER M
With each spelling list, I scoured and researched in an attempt to make sure the words are all just challenging enough.
For words starting with the letter M, I wanted to make sure they are words that are fun, relatable, and useful. My kids are always hungry for a challenge, so feel free to mix up these lists to suit your needs and keep things interesting. Don’t be afraid to check out the Letter M worksheets, as well!
KINDERGARTEN SPELLING LIST:
1ST GRADE SPELLING LIST:
2ND GRADE SPELLING LIST:
2nd Grade spelling words are so crucial to a child’s development. Words that start with the letter M are no exception to this rule. Lifelong skills are developed in understanding of letter combinations. This list of 2nd grade spelling words may be the first time your child has seen the “ium” in “medium” and it’s absolutely okay for them to struggle a little. Never lose hope or enthusiasm and never stop trying new sight word activities! When in doubt, try a new one out!
3RD GRADE SPELLING LIST:
Words that start with the letter M are something that absolutely every child can master, with your help.