This activity includes a page for each of 25 high frequency sight words listed below. Students are given directions to write each word, color the sight word a particular color, and write a sentence with each word. Students are to make it a game of “hide and seek” as they look to find (tag) the directed sight word on each page. The sight words on each page are randomly placed for finding and coloring.
The 25 sight words included in this set are: number, no, way, could, people, my, than, first, water, been, called, who, oil, sit, now, find, long, down, day, did, get, come, made, may, and part.
This sight word hide and seek activity can be used for introducing sight words, reviewing sight words, homework, morning work, interventions (RTI), literacy centers, and much more.
To add more skills and to include different levels of activities, students can flip to the back side of their paper and write more sentences with each word.
I hope your students enjoy this game of hide and seek as they learn to recognize sight words.
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