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Sight Words: Sing

Teachers will sing the praises of your child's reading and writing skills if she gets a head start with this sight words exercise featuring the word 'sing'.

Write and Draw Sight Words: Eight

Learning how to read and write numbers is an important building block. This worksheet focuses on reading and writing the word "eight."

Write and Draw Sight Words: Hot

Heat up your child's sight word learning with this worksheet, featuring the word "hot."

Write and Draw Sight Words: Cold

This worksheet makes learning sight words a hands-on activity as your child traces the word "cold" then practices writing it himself.

Write and Draw Sight Words: Many

Looking for a fun way to give your child some writing practice? On this worksheet, he'll get to trace and write the word "many."

Write and Draw Sight Words: Green

On this sight word worksheet, kids write and trace the word "green," then break out that green crayon and do some coloring, too.

Write and Draw Sight Words: Three

As your child completes this sight word worksheet, featuring the word "three," she'll get practice with writing, drawing, and counting, too!

Write and Draw Sight Words: Pretty

By tracing and then writing the sight words on their own, your preschooler will practice penmanship and broaden his vocabulary at the same time.

Write and Draw Sight Words: Always

If you want to give your child great phonics practice, you could always give her this great worksheet, featuring the word "always."

Write and Draw Sight Words: Walk

After tracing and writing the word "walk" on this worksheet, your child will use his imagination to draw a picture about the featured word.

Write and Draw Sight Words: Two

This worksheet practices spelling, handwriting, and reading comprehension skills by asking kids to trace and write the word "two."

Write and Draw Sight Words: Sleep

Help your kids enjoy writing with this fun, sight word worksheet. Not only do kids trace and write the word "sleep," they also get to draw a picture, too.

Write and Draw Sight Words: Up

This worksheet challenges kids to trace the word "up" and write it on their own in a sentence, important exercises for new readers and writers.

Write and Draw Sight Words: Under

Practice writing and spelling with this worksheet featuring the sight word "under."

Write and Draw Sight Words: Seven

Language arts skills take practice to build. This worksheet helps your child practice writing the number "seven" by tracing, writing, and drawing the word.

Write and Draw Sight Words: Brown

Boost sight word learning with this simple worksheet that's all about the word "brown."

Write and Draw Sight Words: His

This page works on learning the sight word "his", by asking kids to trace the word, then write it in a sentence. At the end, kids can color in the word.

Write and Draw Sight Words: Small

Combine writing, drawing, and spelling with this sight words worksheet featuring the word "small."

Write and Draw Sight Words: Made

What letters is the word "made" made up of? Find out on this great writing worksheet.

Write and Draw Sight Words: Grow

This fun worksheet, all about the word "grow," is chock-full of fine motor skills practice, including tracing, writing, and even a coloring activity, too!

Write and Draw Sight Words: Fly

This worksheet builds reading and writing skills, and shows kids that reading can be fun! Kids practice tracing the word "fly", then write it in a sentence.

Write and Draw Sight Words: Six

Learning sight words doesn't have to be boring. This worksheet adds in a fun drawing activity to get kids excited about learning to spell the word "six."

Write and Draw Sight Words: Don't

Don't you want your child to become a pro at sight words? Print out this fun sheet, all about the word "don't."

Write and Draw Sight Words: Four

Ease your child into learning simple, everyday sight words with this worksheet on the word 'four'.

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