Next up as we learn the alphabet is words that start with the letter Q!
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
As we worked to develop our list, Kindergarten Sight Words and 1st Grade Sight Words quickly became too numerous for one list.
As I scoured my resources, it quickly became apparent that there are no Kindergarten or 1st Grade Sight words out there.
The letter Q is quite advanced, to begin with.
- QUEEN is the only word I have found to be worthy of adding to sight learning. Your child will see this word from an early age in most of their storybooks and their movies.
You can add this word to the sight word activities you are working with for another letter of the alphabet.
- QUICK is also an option to add, whenever you feel your child is ready for a challenge.
If you feel as though you are struggling to break through to your child’s understanding of the sight words, do not give up.
How to teach sight words is difficult, no matter how you look at it. Words that start with the letter Q are extra odd. There is a lot of guessing involved. What helps one kiddo could completely confuse another. Just keep it fun and constructive!
SPELLING WORDS THAT START WITH THE LETTER Q
These spelling lists are for Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, and 3rd Grade!
If any of the words are too hard or easy for your child, feel free to borrow from the other lists!
Words that start with the letter Q are toughies. Don’t get discouraged.
Practicing writing spelling words is a great activity to improve handwriting, as well!
KINDERGARTEN SPELLING LIST:
Kindergarten spelling words are so crucial to a child’s development. Words that start with the letter Q are no exception to this rule. Lifelong skills are developed in understanding of letter combinations.
A big step along the way to this understanding of the alphabet are Kindergarten spelling words.
This may be the first time your child has seen the “que” or “qui” or any of the other sounds on this list.
Guess what? It’s absolutely okay for them to struggle a little. Never lose hope or enthusiasm and never stop trying new spelling word activities! When in doubt, try a new one out!
1ST GRADE SPELLING LIST:
2ND GRADE SPELLING WORDS THAT START WITH THE LETTER Q:
3RD GRADE SPELLING LIST:
Spelling drills can wear on anyone. As you and your children work to master words that start with the letter Q, 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.