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Sight Word of the Week for Kindergarten covers 52 key sight words over the span of 52 weeks using engaging worksheets, activities, games, and hands-on resources.  Each week covers a single sight word with 8 fun and exciting activities including a Battleship Game, DIY Sight Word, Code Cracker, and more! Plus, students put their knowledge to the test with a weekly sight word mini-book that will bridge the gap between emergent and early readers. We’ve also included assessments to help teachers understand how much their students have learned throughout the 52-week lesson plans!

Please note this is a downloadable product only, nothing physical will be mailed. Binder and elements in photos are for illustrative purposes only.

Product Overview

Our Sight Words Package for Kindergarten is a no-prep, print-&-go, and packed full of fun-filled activities including 52 key sight words for Kindergarten Students. Each week covers a single sight word with fun and engaging worksheets, activities, games, and hands-on resources including an effective and adorable mini-book that will bridge the gap between emergent and early readers.

This sight word reading set includes the following activities:

  • ASL Sign Language Chart
  • Sight Word Brick Pictures
  • Spin, Read & Build Activity
  • Sight Word Worksheets
  • Dab and Dot Pages
  • Sight Word Touch & Read
  • Sight Word Word Searches
  • Code Cracker Activity
  • Sight Word Early Readers
  • Notebook Pages
  • Sight Word Games
  • Student Assessments

Our reading curriculum builds the following key skill sets:

  • ASL Sign Language
  • Sight Word Recognition
  • One-to-One Correspondence
  • Letter Formation & Stroke Order
  • Language Arts
  • Grammar Rules
  • Writing Skills
  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Spatial Reasoning
  • Problem Solving
  • Early Communication Skills
  • Early Literacy Skills

Weekly Overview

Monday Activities

ASL Chart: Start each week by learning sign language for your sight word. Hands-on activities help kids remember easily. Kids will read and recognize the word in their practice sentences. Worksheets include fun activities with letter magnets and fingerspelling as shown on the chart. 

Sight Word Brick Pictures:  Students gain the opportunity to write their sight words alongside four review words. Each time they finish a row, they'll cover the corresponding word with building bricks to complete the picture.

Tuesday Activities

 

Spin, Read, & Build: Students have a ton of fun spinning a pencil and paperclip spinner. As they read each word, they'll place a block on the word in the picture. Students will continue to block each word until the picture is complete. In addition, your students will practice reading their words three times for mastery.

Sight Word Worksheet: Teachers rejoice as children get a ton of skill-building exercises as they trace, find, write, spell, search, and solve the maze for their sight word. This is a wonderful way to practice oral spelling as they read each letter out loud as they go.

 

Wednesday Activities

 

Sight Word Dab: This colorful and vibrant page can be used in a wide variety of creative ways. Students will simply find and dab their sight words with bingo daubers.  Alternatively, students can color with crayons and use flat round marbles, coins, or even playdough to roll and smash their words.

Sight Word Sentences: Students use their fine motor skills with cut and paste scissor activities! Kids will cut the picture words and match the correct sentence. Then, students write a simple sentence on the line. This allows kids to learn grammar and sentence structure easily and in an engaging way! 

 

Thursday Activities

Touch & Read: With the Dolch 220 Primer list specifically geared for Kindergarten, students place their fingers on the dots as they slowly build up their confidence in reading. Words are color-coded and underlined for convenience and focus to help students gain critical grammar skills. 

Sight Word Notebook:  These sight word-based activities are intended to be stored in a small notebook like a composition book.  This page includes flashcards for weekly review, a sight word snap cube card to make, and ASL letter tiles to spell the sight word.

 

Weekly Early Reader:

At the end of each week, students put their new reading skills into practice with their own early reader. Each booklet takes a single sheet of paper and is folded to make a 4-page early reader. To assemble fold in half horizontally, then fold again in half vertically so that the title page is on the cover of the booklet.  Students write their name on the cover page and color a star for each time they have read the book.  For extra practice encourage students to underline or color their word as they find it in the story.

 

Review, Games & Assessments:

 

Sight Word War:  This curriculum includes 8 Sight Word War Battle Boards!  Students write their sight words on their board (just like you might arrange your battleships) and then take turns seeking & destroying their sight word ships. 

Sight Word Code Cracker:  This set includes fun sight word flashcards for students to decode.  Each card features a variety of pictures, for which students must identify the beginning letters to spell out their sight words. These are great when laminated for reuse, or as flashcards for performing mentally for speed. 

DIY Sight Word Word Search: Students create their own word search to challenge a friend or family member.  Using the word bank at the bottom of each page, students must arrange their words on the grid, then fill in the remaining blanks with random letters. 

Sight Word Student Assessment Charts: This assessment chart is a quick way to gauge where your student is at with their sight word memorization.  Use stickers or write the date next to each word read.  We recommend assessing students at regular intervals so you can adapt your studies as necessary.  Students needing additional work can use their sight word notebook, word flashcards, and early readers for review.

 

Sample        Format: PDF        Grade: K-2        Pages: 497       Bundle & Save

Sight Word of the Week for Kindergarten covers 52 key sight words over the span of 52 weeks using engaging worksheets, activities, games, and hands-on resources.  Each week covers a single sight word with 8 fun and exciting activities including a Battleship Game, DIY Sight Word, Code Cracker, and more! Plus, students put their knowledge to the test with a weekly sight word mini-book that will bridge the gap between emergent and early readers. We’ve also included assessments to help teachers understand how much their students have learned throughout the 52-week lesson plans!

Please note this is a downloadable product only, nothing physical will be mailed. Binder and elements in photos are for illustrative purposes only.

Product Overview

Our Sight Words Package for Kindergarten is a no-prep, print-&-go, and packed full of fun-filled activities including 52 key sight words for Kindergarten Students. Each week covers a single sight word with fun and engaging worksheets, activities, games, and hands-on resources including an effective and adorable mini-book that will bridge the gap between emergent and early readers.

This sight word reading set includes the following activities:

  • ASL Sign Language Chart
  • Sight Word Brick Pictures
  • Spin, Read & Build Activity
  • Sight Word Worksheets
  • Dab and Dot Pages
  • Sight Word Touch & Read
  • Sight Word Word Searches
  • Code Cracker Activity
  • Sight Word Early Readers
  • Notebook Pages
  • Sight Word Games
  • Student Assessments

Our reading curriculum builds the following key skill sets:

  • ASL Sign Language
  • Sight Word Recognition
  • One-to-One Correspondence
  • Letter Formation & Stroke Order
  • Language Arts
  • Grammar Rules
  • Writing Skills
  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Spatial Reasoning
  • Problem Solving
  • Early Communication Skills
  • Early Literacy Skills

Weekly Overview

Monday Activities

ASL Chart: Start each week by learning sign language for your sight word. Hands-on activities help kids remember easily. Kids will read and recognize the word in their practice sentences. Worksheets include fun activities with letter magnets and fingerspelling as shown on the chart. 

Sight Word Brick Pictures:  Students gain the opportunity to write their sight words alongside four review words. Each time they finish a row, they'll cover the corresponding word with building bricks to complete the picture.

Tuesday Activities

 

Spin, Read, & Build: Students have a ton of fun spinning a pencil and paperclip spinner. As they read each word, they'll place a block on the word in the picture. Students will continue to block each word until the picture is complete. In addition, your students will practice reading their words three times for mastery.

Sight Word Worksheet: Teachers rejoice as children get a ton of skill-building exercises as they trace, find, write, spell, search, and solve the maze for their sight word. This is a wonderful way to practice oral spelling as they read each letter out loud as they go.

 

Wednesday Activities

 

Sight Word Dab: This colorful and vibrant page can be used in a wide variety of creative ways. Students will simply find and dab their sight words with bingo daubers.  Alternatively, students can color with crayons and use flat round marbles, coins, or even playdough to roll and smash their words.

Sight Word Sentences: Students use their fine motor skills with cut and paste scissor activities! Kids will cut the picture words and match the correct sentence. Then, students write a simple sentence on the line. This allows kids to learn grammar and sentence structure easily and in an engaging way! 

 

Thursday Activities

Touch & Read: With the Dolch 220 Primer list specifically geared for Kindergarten, students place their fingers on the dots as they slowly build up their confidence in reading. Words are color-coded and underlined for convenience and focus to help students gain critical grammar skills. 

Sight Word Notebook:  These sight word-based activities are intended to be stored in a small notebook like a composition book.  This page includes flashcards for weekly review, a sight word snap cube card to make, and ASL letter tiles to spell the sight word.

 

Weekly Early Reader:

At the end of each week, students put their new reading skills into practice with their own early reader. Each booklet takes a single sheet of paper and is folded to make a 4-page early reader. To assemble fold in half horizontally, then fold again in half vertically so that the title page is on the cover of the booklet.  Students write their name on the cover page and color a star for each time they have read the book.  For extra practice encourage students to underline or color their word as they find it in the story.

 

Review, Games & Assessments:

 

Sight Word War:  This curriculum includes 8 Sight Word War Battle Boards!  Students write their sight words on their board (just like you might arrange your battleships) and then take turns seeking & destroying their sight word ships. 

Sight Word Code Cracker:  This set includes fun sight word flashcards for students to decode.  Each card features a variety of pictures, for which students must identify the beginning letters to spell out their sight words. These are great when laminated for reuse, or as flashcards for performing mentally for speed. 

DIY Sight Word Word Search: Students create their own word search to challenge a friend or family member.  Using the word bank at the bottom of each page, students must arrange their words on the grid, then fill in the remaining blanks with random letters. 

Sight Word Student Assessment Charts: This assessment chart is a quick way to gauge where your student is at with their sight word memorization.  Use stickers or write the date next to each word read.  We recommend assessing students at regular intervals so you can adapt your studies as necessary.  Students needing additional work can use their sight word notebook, word flashcards, and early readers for review.

 

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Trisha
Awesome

Love this awesome program!!! Even though it's for kindergarten, I'm using it with my preschooler as she already knows some sight words. I feel it's a great investment as I will be using it with her next year also.
Thanks a lot to the creators for putting together this wonderful resource!!! Indeed a timesaver

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Emily
Great Printable!

We have absolutely loved these printables! I love that everything is put together, therefore saving me so much time. My son lovesn

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jackie funk
Great Resource!

I have used the Sight Word of the Week for Preschool (Pre-Primer words) for nearly 2 years. When I couldn't find quality resources and worksheets for our Kindergarten group I turned to EdZone hoping they had created an equally wonderful product.

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R.R.
Love this resource! Wonderful way to introduce so many skill sets

This is SUCH a great program! My kids are having so much fun and are getting a very thorough grasp on each sight word. The activities are great and keep them interesting. I also love that they learn the sign language for the words. This is a must have!