Working on your Kindergarten Sight Words? I’ve partnered with The Type Set Co. to bring you some fun printables. Special thanks for sponsoring this post.
Transitioning from pre-school to Kindergarten is such a big step. The emphasis on reading grows substantially and the kids are expected to memorize sight words. If you’re unfamiliar with sight words – they’re just basic words that kids are expected to know by heart. They just look at the word and know what it is. For us, it was hard to teach my Kindergartener memorization. By adding a dash of creativity at home, we’ve made sight words much more fun and bearable.
How To Make Kindergarten Sight Words More Fun
Along with the recent transition to everyone homeschooling, I’ve had to tap into my creative side. The best part of teaching your children at home is that you can mold every lesson to best fit their learning style. My Kindergartener doesn’t want to sit still, prefers something tactile in his hands and wants learning to feel fun. At six-years-old, I want to nurture those requests because it won’t always be that way.
Think Out-Of-The-Box For Memorizing
How did I replace the basic flash card style memorization? With the help of magnetic letters! The old-school alphabet magnets have been re-imagined for an entirely new purpose with these sight word printables. The Type Set Co.® makes modern magnetic letters.
They’re versatile and can easily transition from chic letter board quotes, as home decor, to assisting your child with their sight words. As self-proclaimed “word nerds,” the founders of The Type Set Co. saw a unique use of their magnetic letters in a way that can assist both parents and children. I also love that they’re seasoned homeschoolers too – so they have that unique expertise that comes along with years of teaching your own child.
Ordering Your Magnetic Letters
So grab your FREE Kindergarten sight words printables below, order some of The Type Set Co. magnetic letters and get started with some creative learning! Plus, check out the limited-time promotion offer below.
Don’t have a letter board? You can also use a classic cookie sheet with their magnetic letters.
Print Your FREE Kindergarten Sight Word Worksheets
To print these fun worksheets, just download the PDF and save to print whenever you’d like! Not only do I have my Kindergartener practicing his sight words, but my pre-schooler loves the letter matching game too. I recommend the word builder for 2nd semester of Kindergarten and the letter matching game for transitions to grade school.
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