Practice weekly sight words to strengthen letter-sound recognition, spelling, and reading fluency with six weeks of sight word homework worksheets.
Sight Word Homework Activities for Early Readers
Reading and writing skills start with letter-sound recognition.
But after that…
Reading fluency is the result of a lot of repetition and memorization.
Each weekly worksheet in this resource introduces a group of six words from the Dolch Pre-primer word list. Each weekly worksheet focuses on a specific group of words and includes a different daily activity.
Monday: students read, trace, and write sight words.
Tuesday: students read and complete a color by sight word activity.
Wednesday: students write the sight words in rainbow colors.
Thursday: students identify the correct spelling of the sight words when given a list of three different spelling options.
Students complete each weekly worksheet and demonstrate they can correctly read and spell grade-appropriate words.
Need to change a word? Customize these worksheets in Google Slides!
Scaffolding + Extension Tips
In addition to individual student work time, use this set of 36 spelling worksheets for a:
- Reading center activity
- ELA lesson warm-up
- Fast Finisher activity
- Homework assignment
- Writing center activity
Students who need more of a challenge can practice spelling their words by writing sentences using the words.
Support struggling students by lowering the number of words included each week.
Need to change a word? This resource is fully editable in Google Slides!
Prepare This Resource in Advance!
This resource can be prepared six weeks in advance.
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