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Preschool Sight Words

Looking for a fun way to get your preschooler interested in reading? These interactive worksheets might be just what you and your kid need!
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Spruce Up the Sight Word: Said

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."

Spruce Up the Sight Word: Away

Part sight word practice, part arts and crafts project, this cute make-a-creature printable helps drive home tricky sight words in a fun and engaging way.

Spruce Up the Sight Word: We

Try a whole new route to reading readiness by asking your preschooler to decorate some important sight words, like "we."

Spruce Up the Sight Word: For

Sight words are words that are hard for beginning readers to sound out. Help your child have fun learning sight words by decorating them!

Spruce Up the Sight Word: Is

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.

Spruce Up the Sight Word: To

Featuring a coloring and reading activity, this cool-looking worksheet asks your preschooler to decorate an important sight word: to.

Spruce Up the Sight Word: My

Bring your preschooler one step closer to reading readiness with this sight word printable that explore the word "my."

Spruce Up the Sight Word: Run

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."

Spruce Up the Sight Word: And

Help your preschooler dress up "and," a classic sight word. This makes for a cute piece of art that boosts her reading skills, too!

Spruce Up The Sight Word: See

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."

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