Sight words beginners
Featuring a coloring and reading activity, this cool-looking worksheet asks your preschooler to decorate an important sight word: to.
Sight words can be hard for beginning readers to learn. Coloring and decorating words helps kids engage them in a hands-on way.
Looking to introduce some fun into learning sight words? Ask your preschooler to design a sight word creature out of a classic sight word: "see."
Add a little arts and crafts into the mix with this unique sight word worksheet! Your preschooler will have a blast with this early reading lesson.
When it comes to practicing sight words, two methods of learning are better than one! This cool worksheet explores the word "two."
This super cute coloring page does double duty as valuable early reading practice. Encourage him to decorate the classic sight word: where.
Bring your preschooler one step closer to reading readiness with this sight word printable that explore the word "my."
Get your preschooler started on sight words with a fun sight words art project. Kids color the word "little" and deck it out with silly animal parts.
Is your preschooler stressing about reading? Make her feel mellow yellow, with this pretty sight word worksheet!
Help your preschooler dress up "and," a classic sight word. This makes for a cute piece of art that boosts her reading skills, too!
In this fun printable, kids get to color and decorate the word "a" with silly eyes, wings, feet, and other fun features.
If your child drags her feet when it comes to learning sight words, this activity-packed printable might change her mind.
Looking for a fun way to get your preschooler interested in reading? This interactive worksheet might be just what you and your kid need!
Get your preschooler excited about reading with a fun sight word activity. Help her learn the word "blue" by coloring it and turning it into a cute creature.
Get excited about sight words with a hands-on sight words art activity. Kids get to know the word "look" as they color it and deck it out with fun animal parts.
Sight words can be intimidating for preschoolers. Make them more fun with this activity-packed printable!
Ease your child into learning sight words with a fun arts and crafts activity. Here, kids color the word "find" and turn it into a silly creature.
Jump into sight words with a fun word art project. In this printable, kids can deck out the word "jump" with bright colors and silly animal parts.
On this printable kids can color the sight word, turn it into a crazy creature, and hang it up on their wall so they can practice reading it everyday.
Help your preschooler color, cut, and paste his way to sight word mastery!
Learning to recognize important preschool sight words can be a monumental task. Bring it down to size with this unique blend of crafts and reading!
Sight words are words that are hard for beginning readers to sound out. Help your child have fun learning sight words by decorating them!
Is your preschooler sight word savvy? Make learning these tricky words fun with a hands-on coloring and cut and paste activity.
Looking for a fun way to introduce your preschooler to sight words? Blending coloring and decorating--this fun activity explores the word "play."
Is "funny" funny-looking to your beginning reader? Help him get to know this tricky sight word by turning it into an arts and crafts activity.
Help your preschooler out with sight words with this decorating activity that explores the sight word: "you."
Looking for a way to make sight words fun? Turn them into an art project! Kids learn the word "is" as they turn the word into a funny sight word creature.
Looking for a way to make sight words fun? Show your preschooler this unique worksheet: a blend of crafting and reading!
Packed with hands-on kid-friendly activities, this printable makes learning sight words easy and fun.
Don't let your preschooler give up on learning sight words! Try a new technique to boost early reading skills with this unique printable.
Here's a great way to pique your preschooler's interest in reading. This unique blend of coloring and decorating exposes him to the sight word, "run."
Packed with hands-on art activities and the potential for plenty of silly laughs, this cute printable makes learning sight words fun.
Try a whole new route to reading readiness by asking your preschooler to decorate some important sight words, like "we."
Give your preschooler a head start on reading by helping her memorize the word "here"...by decorating it!
If your preschooler's reluctant to learn to read, check out this cool blend of coloring, cutting, and pasting to expose him to the sight word "see."