Spring Sight Words GamesHey, y'all! I wanted to share one of our favorite sight word games with you: hide and seek. It's super simple and your students will beg to play it.
Simply place the sight word card in a pocket chart and hide the little character behind one of the words. Students take turns calling out one of the sight words to guess where the character is hidden. When the character is found the game is over.
I usually put about twenty or so cards in a pocket chart at a time and call on my more reluctant readers first (if their hands are up, I want them to play!).
The first game is for reading week and a unicorn is the character the kids are trying to find. The second game is catching fireflies, and the third game is camping (looking for s'mores). These are perfect for the last few weeks of school as temperatures begin to warm. (They also are a nice addition to my end of the year math centers!)
The best part is that each of these games came from Into Reading 2nd Grade and there are games for the whole year. There are also some games for kindergarten and first grade. To check out all of the sight word hide and seek game, click here.
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