Sight Word Games for Fall
If your child is working on letters, sounds, or numbers, they could easily be substituted for the sight words in this activity.
Materials Needed for the Fall Sight Word Game:
Directions for Making the Fall Sight Word Game
- Gather acorns from the yard or neighborhood park.
- Put them in a clear jar with a lid.
- Cut the cardstock into small rectangles.
- Write the sight words that your child is working on this week on the small rectangles. It is recommended to focus on no more than 5 new sight words per week for young children. Mix in some they already know to help build confidence.
- Put the words in the jar with the acorns.
- Let the child mix the words and acorns together. Have them read the words as they find them in the jar!
- Set the jar on the table and mix often over the next couple days. This repeated reading provides children with more interactions with the words. Some children need to hear and read the word 500 times before it becomes automatic.
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