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Pre-K to 3rd Grade Dolch Sight Words Activity Printable Worksheets

When we were teaching my middle son to read I looked for a good sight words activity to help us. So we used The Reading Game which I 100% recommend and LOVE. I will absolutely be using it when my daughter is older enough to read.

It did a great job of not only heavily incorporating these printable Dolch Sight Words by applying them in a repetitive fun way.

Dolch Sight Words Activity Letter Tiles - Preschool to 3rd grade

Each set is sectioned off and the kids leave feeling very accomplished that they were able to read entire stories and books based on those words. My son was BEGGING to read more.

I LOVED the idea of focusing everything on the sight words which really helped build a strong foundation for my son (in addition to Wordly Wise and phonics of course) so I created these Letter Tile Dolch Sight Words activity worksheets.

I have a set for each grade level from preschool through 3rd grade. Just print out the grade level you need below, have a pile of scrabble tiles or letter tiles with you, and have the child place a letter in each box next to the corresponding sight word!

You can also have them write each letter in the boxes (one letter per box) to not only strengthen handwriting skills but also the copy design skills which is a key developmental skill.

Printable Dolch Sight Words Activity Sheets by Grade:

PreK Dolch Sight Words Letter Tiles Activity

K5 Grade Dolch Sight Words Letter Tiles Activity

1st Grade Dolch Sight Words Letter Tiles Activity

2nd Grade Dolch Sight Words Letter Tiles Activity

3rd Grade Dolch Sight Words Letter Tiles Activity

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3 Comments

  1. When I click on the PreK download, the PDF comes up but there are blank sections on some of the pages. For instance, on the first page there are several boxes, but only the top two (“a” and “I”) are showing up. Are the rest of the boxes supposed to be empty on these pages or is my download being weird? Thanks!

    1. Great question! In the PreK download “a” and “I” are the only single letter words. Each page is sectioned out by how many letters are in the dolch words. The additional boxes are just a holding space for you to use for extra practice.

  2. homeschoolingmommie says:

    Love these, they are exactly what I needed! Do you have an editable template for this resource? Thank you 🙂

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