Monday, February 17, 2014

Sight Word Hats!

I am BEYOND excited to share with you something NEW! :) My little Who's LOVE making hats! During the first quarter, we made alphabet hats from Simply Kinder. We also create seasonal themed hats, but my kids are definitely missing making new hats each week. Challenge accepted. Introducing...
Sight word hats!! All you need to do is print and copy! These sheets are meant to be used as a hat where students would glue their completed sheet onto a sentence strip when finished. If you opt to not have students glue these to a sentence strip to make a hat, you could most certainly use these as sight word practice pages as well! There are two sheets on each black and white page.

 Students will color the bubble sight word, cut and glue to make the word, trace a sentence containing the word, and illustrate the sentence. The sentences that students trace are simple sentences containing the first 100 Fry words and simple CVC, color, and other words that are easy for students to sound out on their own. After completing their sheet, the students would need a sentence strip (not included) to practice writing the word on the strip and then glue their sheet onto the sentence strip. Once the sheet is glued onto the strip, just wrap the strip around their head and staple! Easy-peasy and FUN!

I would LOVE to give away a copy! Leave me a comment of your favorite sight word activity and I will pick one winner tomorrow night.


  1. My kiddos love writing sight words on whiteboards and drawing a picture of the sight word! Anything to keep them engaged and happy!

    1. Whiteboards and dry erase markers are always a sure-fire win! They love those little things! :)