Kindergarten Sight Word Search

Whoohoo! I have some more fun kindergarten sight word activities for you all today! I wanted some more sight word practice for Tinker Bell and so I created some fun Sight Word Search worksheets to help her out. These correlate directly with my K4 Kindergarten Curriculum**, and have been included in the lessons as well!


–> Download the Sight Word Search Worksheets <–

(Downloading: If you have troubles downloading, RIGHT click on the download link and select “SAVE LINK AS”. You will then be prompted to save the file to your computer.)


What’s Included?

There are 45 sight word search worksheets for words: a, am, and, are, at, ate, be, big, but, can, do, eat, for, get, go, had, he, his, I , in, is, it, me, new, not, of, on, our, out, saw, say, see, she, so, sun, the, to, too, two, up, was, we, who, yes, you.



How do you use the Sight Word Search worksheets? There are several ways you can use these sheets. Here are a few ideas to help get you started:



  • Laminate them and use dry-erase markers to circle or put an “X” on the word
  • Use highlighters to mark each word
  • Laminate and use dry-erase markers to complete the sheet (sheets can then be re-used)
  • Use with do-a-dot markers
  • Place sheet on a magnetic board and use pom-pom magnets, or colorful button magnets
  • Use cheerios, gold fish, M&Ms, raisins, or any other edible manipulative, then eat your completed sheet!

The good news is that Tinker Bell loved these so much she made me print out more! I love it when the kids like the things I make, plus they’re learning while they’re playing and that’s awesome homeschooling at its best!


I hope you enjoy the Kindergarten Sight Word Search worksheets!


These activities are part of my K4 Curriculum geared towards kindergartners. If you have a preschooler you might want to check out my Letter of the Week Curriculum, click on the images below to see more activities.

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**Please note: If you downloaded my K4 Curriculum prior to 5/22/2012 and would like these free additions, please email me for updated download links!


  1. Stephanie says:

    Completely random comment to this post, but what printer/copier do you use? I’m learning that with homeschool comes a lot of printing and copying . . . I’m looking for something efficient and as cost effective as possible . . .

    • Kelly Terrell says:

      I would like to know the same thing! Thanks for asking. I think it is time to invest. I have heard that Brother is good (they sell them at Costco) but I am assuming that it is best to get one that prints in color too? Would love others’ ideas here!

    • Kelly Terrell says:

      I would like to know the same thing! Thanks for asking. I think it is time to invest. I have heard that Brother is good (they sell them at Costco) but I am assuming that it is best to get one that prints in color too? Would love others’ ideas here! Oh yeah…love, love this idea. I shared it with my friend who teaches Kindergarten! Erica…you make learning feel not like learning!!!

  2. Thank you so much for sharing! Love the printables! 🙂

  3. I cannot get them to download.

  4. Andrea Gardner says:

    Oh my! This is fantastic! Thank you 🙂

  5. LOVE these! Our kindy year this fall is going to ROCK! I was putting the stuff together by the week at my sister’s house the other day and she kept raving about how awesome it looked too. lol Thanks for all these great add ons too! Did you just add them to the week that you learned those sight words or use them for remembering practice later on in the school year?

  6. These are fabulous! Thank you so much. Amazing.

  7. This is great! I plan on buying the whole curriculum soon!

    I have the same printer question. We have an old inkjet that doesn’t work with a Mac, so it’s a pain to bug my husband every time I need to print in color. I’ve also considered a color laser printer to avoid the hassles of ink cartridges. Your thoughts?


  8. Erica,
    These are great! Thank you for sharing with us!

  9. bad link? can’t seem to get these to print…i’ve had to kill the pages a few times. my end or yours?

  10. I stumbled upon your site from a Pinterest pin and I am so grateful I found your site. Thank you so much for sharing you talents and love of teaching and with that learning. I am a young mother of four with my oldest in Kindergarten. It has been a slight struggle but with the tools you have shared have helped us build confidence in my ability to teach and my daughters desire to learn.
    Thank you!

  11. Love these. Question: how do you laminate them? I have a laminating machine but it will not work with dry erase markers. I tried. The dry erase marker is either way too hard to get off or in most cases will not come off and stains the page. what am i doing wrong? HELP

  12. I’m woke with my son at 2 am. He has autism and requires very little sleep 🙂 Stumbled upon your blog while searching for sight words. Thanks for sharing. I’m home schooling my children and appreciate your templates /resources. May God continue to bless you and your family.

  13. Ella. Teeter says:

    I am a grandmother you just found out about sight words last year when my grandson was in first . I am helping my son with his daughter she is in kindergarten this year . I like the things you are doing god bless and keep it up because it sure is helping people like me you do not about sight words thank you so very much. A friend in. Oklahoma City oklahoma

  14. All of your stuff is great! I am so thankfull to have found this site.

  15. Thank you so much.

  16. Trina Brees says:

    You are very gracious to let others have access to your wonderful materials. Did you create them? Thank you so much Trina

  17. This is just what I’ve been looking for! Thank you sooooo much for sharing!

  18. Thank you so much for sharing. This is absolutely fabulous as a resource for sight words.

  19. Thank you so much for sharing! You’ve done a wonderful job…what a beautiful compilation.

  20. Wow! Thank you Sooooo much for doing this. New at homeschooling and was feeling lost.
    So helpful 🙂

  21. I recently purchased your K4 Curriculum to use in my Kindergarten classroom. After purchasing this, I have noticed on the site that almost all of the materials in this curriculum are also available for free downloads. I think the only thing that is not is the Lesson Plans. I love your material, but I’m disappointed that I just purchased most everything that I could have downloaded free. 🙁

    • Hi Crystal,
      I’m sorry for any confusion. I tend to offer most of my curriculum free on my blog to benefit homeschoolers and teachers as much as I can. But I also offer a paid version that has quite a bit of extras that are not free, and yes that includes lesson plans. The K4 Kindergarten has several downloads that are not listed for free on my site. And it’s also a way to help support our family for the time it takes to create all of the printables :o)

      That said if you’d like a refund do to the miscommunication, feel free to let me know and I’d be happy to do that. I would just need to ask that you delete the lessons and additional files from your computer.

  22. Thank you! These are great 🙂

  23. I printed these up small sized (almost wallet) and laminated. Now my 4 year old LOVES to find the words. One day I was desperately trying to cook dinner without interruption and I handed him a bunch to work on. I promised that I would proof them after dinner. I didn’t realize I gave him so many! He got 126 out of 129 words. These are right up there with his Addition Dice Games as his requested favorites. Thank you!

  24. Tina-maria says:

    Thank you for sharing – love these

  25. I absolutely love your Kindergarten Sight Word Search! Do you have plans to create a 1st Grade Sight Word Search? My school uses Fountas and Pinnell and my kids are required to learn 75 sight words by the end of kindergarten. They love it when we do this activity and it would be terrific if the words for 1st grade were in the word search format.

  26. Do you have a kindergarten word search that goes along with your kindergarten sentences? We used this set with the k4 sentences.

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