Looking for the best free printable sight word books? We’ve rounded up the top 5 sight word printable resources for you here in one place! Just follow the links to download any of these free printables.
Using Printable Sight Word Books
First of all – when it comes to learning to read, starting with phonics is best. When your kids have a solid phonics foundation, then your child is ready for sight words! These 5 free printables are a simple, affordable way to enrich your child’s early reading experience.
Comprehensive Sight Word Lessons & Books
These sight word printables are top-quality and really do have all the details you could need to teach your kids some of the most common sight words.
Free Sight Word Lessons & Books by The Measured Mom
Intro to Sight Words Booklets
The graphics on these books are a little lame, but there are SO many books on this page! They even have some Spanish options. You can also choose color or black and white version to download. This resource is valuable for the sheer number of free books to choose from!
Intro To Sight Words Booklets by Hubbard’s Cupboard
This one isn’t exactly a book, but you can edit which sight words go in the coloring page so your kids can practice a lot of different sight words. This is a great activity for quiet time or those hectic times when you want you child to get some reading practice but you don’t have a minute to sit down and read!
Color-By-Sight-Word Printable by Differentiated Kindergarten
Simple Sight Reader With Activities
This sight reader pack keeps things simple while being effective. Through completing both levels in this pack, your student will master 6 common sight words!
Easy Sight Reader by Miniature Masterminds
Sight Word Sentence Cards
Each of these printable sight word cards features one sight word and a simple sentence in which that sight word is used. I like that these aren’t whole books – sometime emerging readers get frustrated halfway through a short book. Students can read just a few of these sentence cards per day, 3-5 days a week!
Sight Words Sentence Cards by This Reading Mama
Remember, reading lessons don’t need to be long. 10-15 minutes is plenty of time to practice! The most important thing is to keep it fun, and stay positive. There are few joys as wonderful as teaching your child to read!
You might also enjoy:
- Phonics Worksheets for Vowel Sounds
- Classic Books for Early Readers
- 10 Essential Skills For Pre-k or Kindergarten Readiness
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