DEC
03
2012

Kindergarten (Primer) Sight Word Sentences

Hi everyone! As promised, I have some more sight word sentence printables for you! Today I am sharing Kindergarten (Primer)  Kindergarten Sight Word Sentence worksheets.

Each one has the word along with a funny sentence. Students will practice tracing the word, reading the word, then writing it on their own.

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Students will also cut out the letters and spell the word correctly to complete their sentence, great for fine-motor skills and spelling practice! Next they will write the word to complete the sentence.

 

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Finally they will make up their own sentence using their newly learned sight word! The repetition along with the variety of activities really helps students remember their sight words!

 

This download includes 40 Primer level sight words from the Dolch sight word list.

–> Download the Kindergarten Primer Sight Word Sentences ! <–

 

More Sight Word fun!

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Comments

  1. These are wonderful, thank you! My son already uses your kindergarten caterpillar and loves it.. We have come up with all sorts of games for “Eddie” (yes, he named it )!

  2. Thank you thank you thank you! These were the main words I was missing from the last set you made. Its so hard with sight words because there are so many “lists” out there of what is for Kindergarten that its hard to find worksheets for all the words since it seems every list is different. I did notice though that on the worksheet for CAME the tracing word is FOR and on the worksheet for the word MUST the tracer word is LOOK. Just a heads up. Thank you so much for all your hard work!~

  3. Thanks again for an amazing resource :)

  4. Thank you! Even though we send our child to church school we still feel like we need to do more at home with her. Your blog is a constant resource and inspiration! By the way you are like a super hero among moms!!

  5. Thanks so much for sharing these! You are such a blessing. I was about to print these and noticed that the tracing words for a few were wrong….brown, came, four and must.

    Thanks again for the many printables you share with us!

  6. Thanks, Erica! This is wonderful…these printables are so helpful and I do appreciate the time you take to make these.

  7. Quick question, what size font did you use for the cut out letters? For some reason my printer is really fussy and it didn’t print out those bottom letters. My son is SO excited (as am I) and we want to use these pages. He loves to cut and paste so if I could just make up a page of letters the right size to cut and paste on then that would be wonderful :)

  8. I love these, but looking through them pg 10 & pg 12 have different words dashed out on the hand writing line. brown/down & came/for
    Could you fix this?

  9. Thanks for this great resource…

    Quick question…any idea why my words printed in a jumbled mess?

  10. Thanks so much for these. I’ve been searching all over the internet for some cost efficient materials to homeschool my daughter for kindergarten. I’m so glad to have stumbled upon this wonderful place. =)

  11. Wow, these are awesome, thanks so much.

  12. Thank you for posting the sight words worksheets. My child got a kick out of reading, writing, and cutting within one worksheet. She’s used to the activities split up on three separate sheets.

  13. Michelle Michelon says:

    Erica I have spent days on the Internet looking for useful teaching worksheets, tips, games, etc and your website is wonderful! I was curious if your Kindergarten Sight Word Sentences comes in D’nealian per chance. I can’t say enough about your web sight and will recommend it to all my friends.

    Thank you

  14. Thank you so much! I cant wait to explore all your page.

  15. Tammy Wood says:

    Thank you so much for the sight word activities! I needed something exactly like this for my little ones, and I appreciate how you’ve put everything together. I’ll be using it tomorrow!1
    Tammy Wood

  16. Loved the free sight word activities. Just what I was looking for! Thank you so much for all of your time and effort developing these activities.

  17. Thanks for this awesome resource! I’m printing for our son to use this summer. Off to pin it as well!

  18. I am very excited to use these worksheets with my daughter! :)

  19. Thank you sooooooo much! It is exactly what I needed to have my firsties review and practice their Kinder sight words. The resource is amazing. thanks a bunch for all your work.

  20. Thank you for sharing these wonderful sheets to use. I can’t wait to use them with my students.

  21. Thank you so much. This is exactly what my almost 5 year old needed. Perfect.

  22. I am SO excited to use these. This is exactly what I have been looking for!!! Thank you SO much!

  23. Christie Abbott says:

    I love these! They are perfect for my classroom, I have a question though; is there a format you could email by chance I have a list of about 40 other words I would love to make in the same way. Thank you!

  24. Thank you so much for sharing your resources!!!! :)

  25. I am a tutor and this will be a fantastic tool to use for my students.

  26. Hello – I just wanted to say how much I LOVE your site word sentence writing worksheets, I am a in home daycare provider with kids ages newborn-7yrs old. I am finding my Kindergarten and 1st grade kids are having such a hard time in school as in Kindergarten they have to know how to read, right and spell 75 site words and in 1st grade they have 160 site words, 288 spelling words and 96 vocabulary words to learn for the year. I am trying to use the time they are with me at daycare to help my kiddos with some of these words ect and the sentence writing worksheets have been a huge help to us. There are some words my kids have trouble with that I can’t seem to find worksheets on anywhere with these words. I have left the words below that I am having trouble finding helper pages for if by chance you add these words or If I could buy these words in your site word sentences somewhere please let me know.
    Again I love this site and thank you so much for everything

    anything, along, across, air, also, another, animal, baby, ball, back, but, boy, book, bus, began, between, behind, boat, begin, bad, brother, beautiful, car, children, cant, cat, care, couldn’t, city, close, catch, dad, dog, day, didn’t, door, done, easy, end, each, everything, enough, everyone, feet, fish, fall, grow, got, home, house, I’m, land, long, milk, more, man, miss, morning, Mr.
    Mrs., Mom, mother, now, need, next, oh, other, orange, on, park, people, pet, past, purple, pink, room, same, still, something, shout, school, time, today, teacher, thing, thought, that’s, took, talk, way, woman,

    rjs2x@iw.net
    Jessica

  27. I found your blog yesterday and it is at the PERFECT time. My daughter is in kindergarten at a Spanish language immersion school. They have ZERO English language arts until kindergarten so we are learning to read (in English) at home. Your activities and printables are awesome.

  28. My printer is fussy and cut off the letters at the bottom. Would it be possible to find out what font, size you used so I can make a sheet of letters to use with the worksheets? The cutting and pasting activities are his favorite. Thanks so much for you printables. We love all the units we’ve bought and all the wonderful free printables as well.

  29. Thank you so much for taking the time to make worksheets like this! Our family lives in Russia where I am teaching 4 other grades and my poor little pre-k boy was really missing out. I found him copying his letters off a pizza box (in cyrillic!) and thought he must be ready for a little more than I had been offering :-) You have made my job so much easier! God Bless You!!

  30. Laura McGuire says:

    Thank you so much for these! When I use to teach kindergarten I would have loved to find these but as a homeschool mom on a more confined budget I think it is a wonderful blessing. I would love to know how you created them.

  31. Tami Gray says:

    I am a special education teacher and always looking for or creating new things for sight words since my students are all at different levels. These are amazing! Thanks for sharing!

  32. Thank you!

  33. I am so blessed to have found your site. Thank you so much. God bless you and your work.

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