Kindergarten Sight WordsOur Kindergarten Sight Words (listed below) are the most frequently used words in the English language. Students who learn these words have a good base for beginning reading. Some of these words cannot be sounded out because they do not follow decoding rules, so they must be learned as sight words.
inHere are some fun ways to practice your Kindergarten Sight Words at home. Remember, it's a goal that every child knows how to read and write these 49 words by the end of Kindergarten.
*Write your words in shaving cream on the bathroom wall during bath time.
*Write your words in sidewalk chalk outside. *Shape your words in cheerios or raisins. Enjoy eating each word after you’ve spelled it correctly. *Write your words on the sidewalk with a paintbrush and water. *Dump sugar onto a big plate. Write your words in the sugar with your finger.0 *Write your words in glitter glue. *Write your words with rainbow colors (using markers.) *Write your words on a dry erase board. *Write your words on a Magna Doodle. *Mold your words using Playdough. *Type your words in fancy letters on the computer. *Spell your words from letters cut out of magazines. *Make up a cheer for each word. *Writer your words on an Etch-A-Sketch *Call someone on the phone and read them your words. *Type your words and email them to someone. *Trace your words with your finger on sandpaper. *Write your words on buttons. Bury them in sand, salt, or sugar. Dig them out and read them as you find them. *Play Go Fish, Bingo, or Concentration with your words. *Make a hidden picture. Draw a picture. Then hide your words in it. See if someone else can find the words.