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I love when a reader has a specific need that I can help with. Last week, in my Homeschool Journey Facebook group, someone asked for a list of sight words she could use with her preschooler.
I could have just given her a link to a sight word list from Pinterest. Instead, I knew that I could help her out by creating a sight words printable pack for her to use with her daughter.
Pre-Primer Sight Words
Therefore, I sat down and wrote a huge list of sight word-based activities that I can’t wait to create for you and your preschoolers. To start with, I’ve created a pre-primer sight word list that you can use many different ways.
You can laminate it and hang it on the wall for your preschoolers to see frequently. You can use it as a checklist to assess which words your preschoolers know. Put a checkmark or sticker by the words they recognize, and continue reviewing the words they don’t know.
I’ve also included a set of sight word cards. Again, there are many different ways you can use these cards with your preschoolers.
Use them as flashcards. Print out two sets and use them to play memory match. Tape them to surfaces around the house so kids see them frequently. Let them put words together to create simple sentences.
However you choose to use them, be gentle. If your child isn’t picking up on the sight words at first, put them away. Focus on another skill, and revisit the sight words in a few days or weeks.
The Pre-Primer Sight Words are available for instant download. Just click the button below.
If you are teaching your preschooler to read this year, be sure to check back frequently so you don’t miss any of the fun sight word activities I have coming soon.
I’m always open to suggestions for upcoming posts and printables. If you have any suggestions or needs for your preschool, please leave me a comment and let me know. Your suggestion may be the subject of an upcoming post.