Greetings readers! As promised, I have some more sight word sentence printables for you! Today I am sharing  First Grade 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.



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.



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 41 First grade level sight words from the Dolch sight word list.

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  1. I have known about your site for a while and have used it for other things, but you always cease to amaze me!!! I found these on Pinterest after purchasing a book from Amazon for $12. I immediately stopped the order when I saw how many of these you put together. I love the cursive ones. My almost 9 year old son still struggles with reading and writing and while I do not completely believe in “sight words” as I believe all words fit in the rules, these definitely help!!! Thank you, thank you.

    Suzanne Otero
  2. Thank you for all these awesome worksheets… My son loves the big letters, he struggles reading all the words in the one sheet his school teacher gave them, and ge loves the pictures.

    Ms. Domeris
  3. Hello! Thank you so much for this resource! I have been using your first grade sight words for my class and they have been great help for my students! I would like to ask for the link to your cursive sight words sentences, I know you had them before but I can’t find it on your archive list! I have new kids who are so excited to learn cursive writing and i thought what you made will be the perfect material for them! Thank you for your generosity! God Bless you alway! Daphne from Beijing

  4. Hi! I love your worksheets! I use them at my school for literacy interventions. How do you make these worksheets? I’d love to try my hand at making some customized ones.
    Thanks for sharing your resources and knowledge. 🙂


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