Dolch Primer Sight Word Printables

I finished my Dolch Primer Sight Word Printable pack that follows the Pre-Primer Dolch Set!  I am all ready to teach sight words next year, and these bad boys will help me teach the kids a new word each week (multiple words a week, actually).  I start teaching sight words the first week of Kindergarten.  Once the students have a couple of words under their belt, they can start reading sentences with our scaffolding.  For instance,  if you teach them the sight words: “I, see, a” you can form a sentence on the board and add a picture to finish the sentence.  They could read: I see a ____.  On the line, you can switch out different pictures (cat, dog, etc).  Before long the students are building their confidence and reading!  The first step is to teach them a few, simple sight words.  And here is a resource to help you…
Each page focuses on a different word from the Dolch Sight Word List.  For each word they will:
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The variety of skills helps the kids memorize those sight words that are commonly found in text.  Here is a sample of what each page looks like:

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To purchase the Pre-Primer Dolch Sight Word Worksheets, click HERE.

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2 responses to “Dolch Primer Sight Word Printables”

  1. Unknown Avatar

    Love it Michelle and I only have to wait 3 weeks to try it as my kids are on 'winter holidays'. Just one question, do you get the kids writing the sight words straight up even though they don't know how to correctly form letters? How does this go?

    with thanks
    Julie 🙂
    Mrs Stowe's Kinder Cottage

  2. Barbara Avatar

    Looks good! I'm going to pop it on my wish list:)

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