Write and Draw Sight Words
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."
This worksheet practices spelling, handwriting, and reading comprehension skills by asking kids to trace and write the word "two."
This 'Write and Draw Sight Words' worksheet, all about the word 'eat', will have kids writing, reading and spelling in a jif.
The best way to learn new words is to practice them in context, and this worksheet allows kids to use the word "live" in a sentence.
Heat up your child's sight word learning with this worksheet, featuring the word "hot."
On this sight word worksheet, kids write and trace the word "green," then break out that green crayon and do some coloring, too.
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.
By tracing and then writing the sight words on their own, your preschooler will practice penmanship and broaden his vocabulary at the same time.
All will be well with your child's recognition of sight words when she completes this page on the word "all"!
After you child finishes this sight words worksheet on the word "ran", she'll be ready to run the world!
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."
By completing this sheet, preschoolers will practice their handwriting and build their budding vocabulary.
This 'Write and Draw Sight Words' worksheet is all about the word 'girl': have your child trace the word first, then try writing it on her own.
Ease your child into learning simple, everyday sight words with this worksheet on the word 'four'.
Language arts skills take practice to build. This worksheet helps your child practice writing the number "seven" by tracing, writing, and drawing the word.
After tracing and writing the word "walk" on this worksheet, your child will use his imagination to draw a picture about the featured word.
Combine writing, drawing, and spelling with this sight words worksheet featuring the word "small."
If you want to give your child great phonics practice, you could always give her this great worksheet, featuring the word "always."
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.
As your child completes this sight word worksheet, featuring the word "three," she'll get practice with writing, drawing, and counting, too!
This worksheet introduces your child to the word "has" by asking her to first trace the word, then write it on her own in a sentence.
Practice writing and spelling with this worksheet featuring the sight word "under."
Your Kindergartener will have a blast learning short, everyday sight words with these colorful worksheets.
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!
This worksheet makes learning sight words a hands-on activity as your child traces the word "cold" then practices writing it himself.
In this worksheet, your child will practice tracing the word "white," and then write it on her own in a sentence, helping to build strong reading skills.
What letters is the word "made" made up of? Find out on this great writing worksheet.
Learning how to read and write numbers is an important building block. This worksheet focuses on reading and writing the word "eight."
In this early reading and writing worksheet, your child will be asked to trace the word "hold", and then try writing it on her own in a sentence.
This worksheet will help build your kindergartener's vocabulary, spelling, and handwriting skills. Kids trace the word "black", then use it in a sentence.
Learning the sight word "on" is an important step to reading fluency. This worksheet will help kids practice by tracing, writing and coloring the word.
This worksheet's all about the word 'big': have your child trace the word first, then try writing it on his own.
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.
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.