Sight words worksheets are great activities; they are the perfect supplement to a sight word lesson. We have created numerous worksheets to help your child or student develop a sight word vocabulary. Our selection of sight words is based on our reading curriculum and Dolch’s and Fry’s list containing common or high frequency words that a child should recognize by sight, rather than sounding out.
Worksheet #5 is a blank template. Use this worksheet if you are working on a specific set of sight words.
The last worksheet (#6) is a blank template. Use this worksheet if you are working on a specific set of sight words.
Sight Word Instruction
Practice, repetition, and repeated exposure to sight words is critical when developing a sight word vocabulary. Ideally teach words that appear most frequently; a mere twenty-five words account for approximately a third of written material and many of these words are phonetically irregular. Sight words should be introduced in a cumulative manner. As new words are introduced, old words should be reviewed.
Our worksheets provide the perfect complement to a lesson by offering opportunities for your child or student to practice the sight words using both reading and writing activities.
Additional Sight Word Resources