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Engaging Editable Sight Word Games for First Grade and Kindergarten Practice and 5 Reasons to Use Them

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Editable Sight Word Games for first grade can make your teacher life easier when trying to differentiate to meet your students’ needs. Whether it is letters, sight words, cvc words, phonemes, math facts, etc., editable games can do the trick in a snap!

My editable games can be used over and over again year after year, and I have sets for almost every holiday and season!

Why use editable games?

  • Make Learning Fun: Editable Sight Word Games are like magical word puzzles that teachers can create just for a particular group of students! They help them learn sight words in a super fun way! You can use the color versions to laminate for repeated classroom use OR Use the blackline versions to create motivating homework or summer work for your students.
  • Differentiate! Games for Everyone: You can make games at different levels, so everyone in the class can play and learn at their own pace. It’s like having customized games for everyone in your classroom!
  • Let the Fun Begin: Playing sight word games is exciting and makes learning feel like a big adventure. Your students will be so motivated to learn when it feels like they’re playing a game!
  • Remembering Made Easy: Games help students remember sight words better because they get to practice them over and over again in a really fun way. The more they play, the more they’ll remember!
  • Change it Up: You can make new games or update the existing ones whenever students are ready to learn more. That means you’ll always have something fresh and exciting for your students.

So get ready for a world of editable sight word games! They’ll make learning fun, help your students become sight word pors, and bring smiles to their faces while they’re at it!

I also have sets of matching games that allow you to match upper and lowercase letters, sight words, numbers to number words, math facts to answers, synonyms, antonyms…. the possibilities are endless!

To the right is a FREE SAMPLE that you can try.

Editable Matching Games FREEBIE

I also have editable magnetic fishing, “I Have… Who Has…?”, editable card games, game boards, editable rainbow tracing, handwriting, cut and glue, spin and write, roll and write, toss and write…. all editable.

Here is a video preview of my School Themed Editable Games…

Here are some examples from my School Themed set of Editable Games.  They include editable Game Boards, Rainbow Tracing, Color By___, Bingo, Cut and Glue Matching, Spin and Color, Roll and Color, Handwriting, “I have___. Who has _?”, 5 Card Games, Magnetic Fishing, and Optional Awards.

Use over and over year after year. Just name each file with something you’ll recognize, and then start again, but this time use a different file name. It’s that easy! Here is a video walk-through of some of my editable activities:

 

You can always order plastic spinners on Amazon or get them at a department store.  However, I did provide paper spinners that can be laminated, OR you can use a paper clip and pencil as described in the directions.  If you have pocket protectors, you can slip the games in those rather than laminating the games.  If you use markers, be sure they are the type that are easily erased with a wet paper towel or wet wipe, and that they are kid-friendly and odorless! 

Click here to read a BLOG POST about Sight Word Assessment in First Grade With FREEBIES.

 

You can always order plastic spinners on Amazon or get them at a department store.  However, I did provide paper spinners that can be laminated, OR you can use a paper clip and pencil as described in the directions.  If you have pocket protectors, you can slip the games in those rather than laminating the games.  If you use markers, be sure they are the type that are easily erased with a wet paper towel or wet wipe, and that they are kid-friendly and odorless! 

Click here to read a BLOG POST about Sight Word Assessment in First Grade With FREEBIES.

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