Sight Word Sticker Books -- Students receive a sticker when they master a sight word! I think I'll make my own because her sight words are a little different than the ones my boys are learning at school.
Zap It.a game I learned in grad school. Put high frequency words on sticks (these are foam sticks) and write zap it on a few sticks. The kids pull sticks from a container and read the words. If someone gets Zap It, all of the sticks go back in the bin.
Whack-a-word! Call out a word and who ever hits it first with the hammer gets to keep it. Could think of lots of applications for this - recognizing HIT WITH A HAMMER sight words, finding rhyming words, learning vocabulary.even Basic facts for math
Place the word of the day inside the badge. As the children walk in the classroom have them read your word, when children ask you to tie their shoes have them read the word! You can even make two and have your “special person of the week” wear it too!
Word Recognition- A bean bag toss for sight words. Use index cards with sight words on them to draw from. Then use chalk to write the sight word on pavement. Ask students to throw bean bag onto the sight word you draw and say aloud.
Here's a fun sight word parking lot game. Great for use in the classroom and for practice at home. (Free idea from Juggling with Kids. this would be a great game and use scriptures or to teach bible words that are a bit hard to understand as a child.