I absolutely love using editable centers because they allow me to target specific sight words that my students need to work on. I can just type in my word list and – BOOM! – I have 10 targeted sight word centers ready to print.
Spin and Cover
Spin and cover is a great sight word game to have students play as partners or by themselves. Usually my literacy centers are individual, but for this sight word center, I allow students to find a partner.
Students will spin a word, find it, and cover it. If you are having students play as partners, have each student choose a color cube to use. The person with the most spots covered in the end wins!
Roll, Read, and Write
For this editable sight word center, students will roll a sight word word, read it, and write it on a cloud.
Write the Room
If you’ve read about how I run literacy centers with student choice, you know that Write the Room is a choice centers for my kids. I will often use these cards for this.
Students will find the words around the room and write them next to the matching picture.
Roll and Race
Roll and Race is another one of my favorite sight word games! Students will roll a sight word, read it, and move their game piece to that word. The first one to the end wins!
Sight Word Spin
My students LOVE any literacy centers that involves coloring. For this center, students will spin a sight word, read it, and color the matching word.
Roll and Write
This sight word center is another all-time favorite! Students will roll a sight word and then write it in the correct column. I often make this center reusable by placing it in a dry erase pocket.
Seasonal Sight Word Sentences
Sight word sentences is a great center for your students who are ready for a challenge! For this center, students will choose a sight word card and then use the word in a sentence.
Multiple themed word lists are included so that students can use for their sentences!
Sight Word Match
This sight word center is great for practicing visual discrimination and I will often use it with my lower level readers. For this center, students will match the sight words and then write their matches.
You can easily make this center into a sight word game, too! Students can start with all the cards flipped over (print on card stock or back on colored paper so students cannot read them). Then, they will flip over two cards and try to make a match.
I love using these centers each month because the centers stay consistent but the themes change to keep it fun!
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