I also like to incorporate sight words into our word work schedule. These are independent activities that your kids can do independently while you are working with small groups or you can use as a filler activity. One of their favorite games is Sight Word Stacking.
I cut some foam into 1” squares and wrote sight words on each of them. Have your kids spread them out face down. Each student takes turns drawing a square. If they read the word correctly, they get to stack it. If they read it incorrectly, they must put it back in the pile face down. Students take turns stacking their words until their tower falls down! Then they must use the word that they drew in a sentence on their paper. You can read more about this here and grab the worksheet to go along with it for FREE!
I have several sets of this made and they also use it as an early finisher activity. You can create multiple sets with each list to differentiate for your kids. They love it!
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