We have found 100 sight words activities that can be really helpful for kids learning to read. Learning sight words helps you learn to read faster by being able to identify frequently used words without having to sound them out.
100 Sight Words Activities
We have over 100 sight words activities that your kids will love because they are so much fun, they don’t feel like learning!
Holiday Sight Words Activities
Try this Halloween sight word game for a fun way to learn and celebrate.
Check out this Halloween-themed printable sight word game, perfect for the spoopy holiday! Via Brainpower Family.
Have some fall fun with this adorable pumpkin sight word game. Via Learning Ahoy.
Have some Thanksgiving fun with this entertaining Feed the Turkey sight word game! Via Life with Moore Learning
Celebrate the lucky holiday with a Saint Patrick’s Day printable for sight word fun! Via 3 Boys and a Dog
Sight Words Activities to Do Outside
Go outside and get moving with sight word hop! This fun game from Preschool Powol Packets is easy to create and lots of fun.
With this ball sight word game, you can write sight words on a large beach ball and practice by tossing the ball and reading a word.
Another fun ball game gets kiddos active with a sight word basketball game. Via Toddler Approved
This sight word game also uses chalk, but this time you get to use remote control cars to play! Via There’s Just One Mommy
Sight Words Games with Toys
Make sight word cards and pair them with small toys to make sentences.
Once they have started to master the words, have them play this fun drag race game from Playdough to Plato.
Work on math sight words like same, less and than. This comes with a free printable.
Make this fun sight word game where kids get to knock down blocks with sight words taped to them from Toddler Approved.
Other Neat Sight Words Activities
This fun game called Erudition is an easy way to teach sight words.
You can make your own magnetic board with truck magnets for fun and easy sight word learning! Via No Time for Flash Cards
Make snacks! Use alphabet cookie cutters to bake cookies that your kids can use to spell out sight words. Via JDaniel4’s Mom
Have some early literacy fun with this neat sight word activity involving Bananagrams. Via There’s Just One Mommy