Sight words can be difficult for children to learn because many of the words can not be decoded or sounded out. However, it is important that children learn to recognize these words on sight because they are the most frequently words used in the English language.
A fun way for children to practice and learn sight words is through hands-on learning activities like this Sight Word Crayon Rubbing Activity.
Supplies for Sight Word Crayon Rubbing:
Directions for Sight Word Crayon Rubbing:
- Read and spell out the sight words using the foam letter stickers.
- Place a white piece of paper over the foam letter stickers.
- Rub over the foam letter stickers with a crayon.
- Read the sight words.
This Sight Word Crayon Rubbing Activity is perfect for children to complete in a center in a classroom or as an independent activity in a homeschool.
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