We are working our way through our sight words and J is recognizing them and looking for them whenever she can. Today I will share with you our ‘said’ sight word worksheets.
Once again I encourage you to grab your sight word checklist in order to see what the words in the first set are by clicking here. Let’s walk.
I am a firm believer in teaching both phonics (so that my children can decode the words) as well as sight words. Today’s worksheets are based on the sight word ‘the’ and I am sure your preschooler will enjoy them as much as my daughter did.
Sight Word ‘said’: Painting and Stickers
With these pages, your preschooler can paint the word ‘the’ with their fingers or with a paintbrush. Simply let your preschoolers decide what they would prefer to do.
There is also a duplicate page so that your preschooler can either use stickers or whatever materials you have on hand to fill their sight words.
OTHER ‘said’ SIGHT WORD ACTIVITIES
There are also a few other activities included in this kit.
Do a Dot: This continues to be a big hit with my daughter and I still have to print each sheet 5 times. Maybe it’s time for an erasable dot marker??
We haven’t been using our stamping set often (maybe 3 times since we bought it last year) and so I figured this was the perfect way to justify the purchase.
Say, Build, Stamp:
This sheet can be used as a review sheet at the end. Your preschooler will say the word, build it with either playdough or magnetic letters, and then stamp the word. Pretty simple.
To get your free ‘said’ sight word worksheets, simply click the blue button below.