How to Teach Sight Words to Struggling Readers

May 25, 2024

How to Teach Sight Words to Struggling Readers

Teaching sight words to struggling readers can be a challenging and as a result, a multi-sensory approach is often required – something that includes the visual, auditory and movement to engage learners.

Sight words are an important pare of the Science of Reading framework as recognition of these words help student develop reading fluency and develop strong literacy skills.
How to Teach Sight Words to Struggling Readers

This Sight Word Games Bundle consists of 6 sequenced sets so your students successfully acquire sight word recognition. These spelling games are perfect for partner games for sight word review or small group reading activities, and a must-have for any spelling mastery program that shows results. What’s more, this bundle is also editable, so you have the option to include words of your choice too.

Whether you’re looking at how to teach sight words at home, this bundle is perfect for sight word centers, morning work, early finishers activities and sight word review.

This sequenced Sight Word Games BUNDLE provides:

  • A multi-sensory approach to learning
  • Repetition of sight word practice
How to Teach Sight Words to Struggling Readers

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This is a nice way to review our sight words! The kids love it! – Sarah

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How to Teach Sight Words to Struggling Readers

Included in this bundle are the following sequenced sets:

  • PreK Sight Words
  • Kindergarten Sight Words
  • First Grade Sight Words
  • Second Grade Sight Words
  • Third Grade Sight Words
  • Verb Sight Words (Grammar)
  • Adjective Sight Words (Grammar)
  • Preposition Sight Words (Grammar)

How to Teach Sight Words to Struggling Readers

Low Prep & Printer Friendly Resource!

  • Print sight words flashcards
  • Cut cards
  • Place cards in a center pile (face down)

How to Teach Sight Words to Struggling Readers

How to play:

  • Play in pairs or small group
  • All cards are placed face down
  • Each player selects one card each
  • They read their sight word and then keep the card
  • When someone selects a KABOOM card, they need to put all their cards back on the pile
  • Whoever has the most cards wins!

How to Teach Sight Words to Struggling Readers

Extension:

  • As a challenge, have students read the sight word card and then put it in a simple or compound sentence!

How to Teach Sight Words to Struggling Readers

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