Sight Word Construction
60 Sight Words to Read, Trace, Build, and Write!

Included in this set are 60 Sight Words for Kindergarten. This could also be used as a first grade intervention.

The sight words are in the order that I teach them throughout the year in my Kindergarten class.

We use Harcourt Storytown and combine those kinder words with Dolch.

Students gain fine motor skills while practicing sight words.

Print out the word pages.
Students must:
First read the word.
Trace the word (Two versions of tracing dots – p. 4-14 and p.15-25)
Cut out and glue the corresponding letters to build the sight word.
Lastly, students must write the sight word.

Sight Word List in the order I teach them:
First quarter: I, a, am, the, my, go, to, like, he, she, come, here, this, can
Second Quarter: it, is, me, for, where, do, you, look, one, see, what, two, up, down, of
Third Quarter: we, want, out, who, are, they, good, and, there, give, little, that, have, was, said
Fourth Quarter: in, his, on, but, had, at, him, with, all, her, some, as, be, then, no, play
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Created: Mar 21, 2017

Updated: Feb 22, 2018


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