This set of pre-primer sight word cut and paste worksheets is a great way to help young readers build confidence in their reading skills.
Children will gain confidence in their reading skills as they practice reading and writing all forty words on the pre-primer sight words list.
These free printables are print-and-go making them perfect for busy homeschool moms and co-op teachers like you.
Sight Word Cut and Paste Worksheets
This fun set of sight words printables contain a variety of activities to reinforce literacy skills for little ones.
I’ll explain more below, but this worksheet packet is designed to help young readers work on identifying, writing, and building the words on the preprimer sight words list.
Each of the forty pages included in this packet is designed the same way so, once you’ve used one, your kids can settle into a pattern with subsequent pages.
Preparing the worksheets
To prepare these worksheets, print them on printer paper for single-use.
You could also make them reusable by laminating them or slipping them in a dry erase pocket.
Kids can use dry erase markers and magnet letters to complete the activities on each page.
Using the Worksheets
Each of the pages in this pack is formatted the same way. So, once your child is familiar with the format, they can complete each worksheet the same way.
Sight Word Recognition
At the top of each page, there is a sight word made from bubble letters. Encourage kids to name the sight word and then color it in.
Trace the Sight Word
Next, children will trace the sight word. They can use their favorite writing utensils to trace each one.
Write the Sight Word
Then, children will practice writing the sight word on their own. This is a great way for them to practice spelling the words, and they can use the large word at the top of the page as a guide.
Box the Sight Words
Boost handwriting skills by having kids write the sight word in letter boxes. These boxes help kids learn how to form the correct size of each letter.
Stamp the Sight Words
In the next activity, kids will use letter stamps and ink pads to stamp each sight word. This is a great way for kids to practice spelling the sight word as they strengthen fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
Cut and Paste Sight Words
Finally, kids will cut out the letters of each sight word and glue them in order to spell the sight word properly.