Activities to Teach Students to Read Sight Words Set 4: All, But, Ride, Saw, What

Sight words are frequently used words that students need to recognize quickly and accurately in order to become fluent readers. Set 4 of sight words includes the words all, but, ride, saw, and what.

Here are some activities to teach students to read these sight words:

Sight Word Bingo:

Create bingo cards with the sight words on them. Call out the sight words and have students mark them off on their bingo cards. You can make the game more challenging by calling out the words in a sentence and having students identify which word is the sight word.

Sight Word Races:

Write the sight words on pieces of paper and scatter them around the room. Divide the class into teams and have them race to find the sight words. Once a team has found all the words, they can race back to their seats to see who finished first.

Sight Word Memory:

Write each sight word on two index cards, for a total of 10 cards. Place the cards face down on a table or blanket and have students take turns flipping two cards over to reveal the words. If the cards match, the student keeps them and gets another turn. If they don’t match, the cards are flipped back over and another student takes a turn.

Sight Word Scavenger Hunt:

Write the sight words on sticky notes and hide them around the classroom. Give students a list of the sight words and have them search for the notes. Once they find a note, they should read the word aloud and attach it to the list.

Sight Word Go Fish:

Create a set of playing cards with the sight words on them. Give each student five cards and place the remaining cards in a draw pile. Students take turns asking each other if they have a particular sight word. If the other student has the word, they must hand it over. If they don’t, the student must draw a card from the draw pile.

These activities are just a few ways to teach students to read sight words Set 4. By making the learning process fun and engaging, students are more likely to retain the words and become more fluent readers. Practice makes progress, so continue to incorporate sight word activities into your lessons!

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