20 Sight Word Books for Kindergarteners


Sight words are essential building blocks for young readers, especially kindergarteners. These high-frequency words may not always follow phonetic rules, making them challenging for new readers. Introducing sight word books to kindergarteners can significantly improve their vocabulary and fluency. In this article, we have compiled a list of 20 recommended sight word books that will help your kindergartener develop essential reading skills.

1. “Bob Books Sight Words: Kindergarten” by Lynn Maslen Kertell

2. “Meet the Sight Words – Level 1” by Kathy Oxley

3. “The Complete Book of Sight Words” by Shannon Keeley

4. “Sight Word Readers Parent Pack” by Linda Ward Beech

5. “100 Write-and-Learn Sight Word Practice Pages” by Scholastic Teaching Resources

6. “Little Critter’s First 100 Sight Words” by Mercer Mayer

7. “First Little Readers: Guided Reading Level A” by Deborah Schecter

8. “The Little Red Hen (Sight Word Stories)” by Rozanne Lanczak Williams

9. “I SPY – Animals!: A Fun Guessing Game for 2-4 Year Olds” by Books for Little Ones

10. “Sight Words Practice Workbook for Preschoolers to 3rd Grade” by Modern Kid Press

11. “Sight Words Flash Cards” by Brighter Child

12. “My First Bob Books: Pre-Reading Skills” by Lynn Maslen Kertell

13. “LeapFrog LeapReader Learn to Read, Volume 1 (works with Tag)” by LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc.

14. “Sight Words Hopper: Reading Skills Game & Book Set” by Highlights Learning

15. “Wipe Clean: Learning Sight Words” by Roger Priddy

16. “Pete the Cat’s Groovy Guide to Kindergarten” by Kimberly and James Dean

17. “My Sight Words Workbook: 101 High-Frequency Words Plus Games & Activities!” by Laurin Brainard

18. “Ready-Set-Learn: Sight Words Grd K-1” by Teacher Created Resources

19. “Kindergarten Success with Sight Words Workbook” by Sylvan Learning

20. “Star Wars Workbook: Kindergarten Writing and ABCs” by Workman Publishing


Integrating sight word books into your kindergartener’s learning routine is an effective way to enhance their reading skills. These 20 recommended books offer fun, educational activities that help young learners develop a strong foundation in reading. Teaching sight words to your kindergartener early on will give them a head start in becoming successful, confident readers.

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