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Free Sight Word Printable Games

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Learning sight words is a huge part of learning to read! After all, sight words make up more than half of all the words we read in a day. These free Sight Word Printable Games are a fun way to practice reading in a hands-on and engaging way. We included 2 dice games, a spinner game, and a printable ABC order activity. The best part is, they work with ANY sight word list!

*Pair this with our Editable Sight Word Games and Centers BUNDLE Pack!

These Free Sight Word Printable Games are a fun way to practice reading in a hands-on and engaging way.

Sight Word Printable Games

I love giving my students games that are easily differentiated. These sight word games can be played with any list! That means all of my students can use them no matter what sight words they are working on!

Rainbow Roll

With Rainbow Roll, they simply roll the dice and write the sight word using the corresponding color. This is great practice for reading color words!

My kids get especially excited if I bring out the skinny markers (they LOVE them) or other fun writing tools that are only used for sight word work.

With Rainbow Roll, students roll the dice and write the sight word using the corresponding color.

Order Up!

Order Up! is a fun game for alphabetical order! Simply use your own word list and write the words in ABC order on the lines.

Order Up! is a fun sight word printable game for alphabetical order.

RELATED RESOURCE: Easy Readers – Color Words Collection

Spin and Write

Spinner games are always a hit! In Spin and Write, students take a pencil and paperclip (for a quick DIY spinner), then spin and see what color they are writing their next sight word in!

In Spin and Write, students take a pencil and paperclip and spin and see what color to write.

Roll and Write

Roll and Write is a dice game that easily becomes a favorite because it turns into a game of “How full can your page get?”

Simply roll the dice and write a word the designated number of times! It may get full and messy looking – but they love it, and I love that they are reading and writing their sight words repeatedly and getting them to stick in their memory!

In Roll and Write, students roll the dice and write a word the designated number of times.

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Working on sight words doesn’t have to be boring! Snag your FREE set of Sight Word Printable Games by clicking the large, yellow download below! Click Here to Download Your Printable

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