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Sight Words Sun Attack: Set 2
Sight Words Sun Attack: Set 2
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Sight Words Sun Attack: Set 2
Kids keep Officer Ice Cream from melting by freezing sight words in this game.
1st grade
Reading & Writing
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Sight Words Sentence Match: Set 3
Sight Words Sentence Match: Set 3
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Sight Words Sentence Match: Set 3
1st grade
Reading & Writing
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Sight Words Balloon Pop: Set 3
Sight Words Balloon Pop: Set 3
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Sight Words Balloon Pop: Set 3
Pop balloons to help Floyd get closer to taking flight! Learn common single syllable sight words with this game!
1st grade
Reading & Writing
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Sight Word Whack Attack 2
Sight Word Whack Attack 2
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Sight Word Whack Attack 2
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
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Sight Words Cloud Catcher: Set 2
Sight Words Cloud Catcher: Set 2
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Sight Words Cloud Catcher: Set 2
Kids make rainbows out of clouds by identifying sight words as they float by.
1st grade
Reading & Writing
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Sight Words Cloud Catcher 4
Sight Words Cloud Catcher 4
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Sight Words Cloud Catcher 4
1st grade
Reading & Writing
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Sight Words Balloon Pop: Set 4
Sight Words Balloon Pop: Set 4
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Sight Words Balloon Pop: Set 4
1st grade
Reading & Writing
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Sight Words Cloud Catcher 2
Sight Words Cloud Catcher 2
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Sight Words Cloud Catcher 2
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
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Sight Word Games

Being able to recognize words automatically makes learning to read a much easier process, and these sight words games help your beginner reader do just that. With exciting puzzles, fast-paced challenges, and colorfully animated characters, these educator-created sight words games make it a breeze for your student to build their vocabulary, practice identifying written words quickly, and grow foundational reading skills.

These Sight Word Games Are Out of Sight

Learning to read can be a long and challenging process for any young child. Once they learn all 26 letters of the alphabet and the sounds each letter makes, they then must learn that those letters don't always behave the way you would expect them to in words. Silent consonants at the beginning of words and silent vowels at the end, letters with multiple sounds, and sounds that could be made by multiple letters--all these little quirks of the English language can make learning to read and write feel impossible to little ones. With sight words, we're able to streamline this process by guiding students to memorize common words, so that they recognize them "on sight." This helps them save time they would spend sounding out each word and potentially getting stuck on strange spellings. Once they build up their toolbox of sight words, they can advance to reading sight words in complete sentences. You will be amazed at how much faster your child will be reading with enough sight words memorized, as their confidence and excitement for reading grows.