Winter Sight Word Hide and Seek Freebie

Hey, y'all. We made it through Thanksgiving and this long weekend has been wonderful. I've had time to catch up on things and actually think clearly again! Woo hoo!

I had a few extra minutes (can you believe it?!) and I made a new hide and seek sight word game. The words in this series (by series, I mean there's a Halloween and Thanksgiving version, too) are from the reading program Into Reading by Houghton Mifflin. They are from the 2nd grade curriculum but many first graders may be able to read them too.

Simply place the cards you want your students to practice reading in a pocket chart and place the snowman behind one of the words. Students take turns reading the words, guessing which one the snowman is hidden behind. The game is over when the snowman is found.

This game is a favorite in my class and my students get so excited when they find it. Changing the cards out seasonally makes the game even more novel. You can grab a copy of your own for free here.

How do you like to practice sight words? I'd love to know! Drop a line in the comments and fill me in.

Thanks for stopping by and stay tuned for more great resources coming soon. Have a wonderful week and I'll talk to you soon.

Stay sweet,