Summer sight words for kindergarten

In this article: Free printable summer sight words practice sheets for kindergarten.

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Kindergarteners will love this playful beach themed sight word search. They will practice reading and writing Dolch sight words and will have fun coloring too.

Summer sight words for kindergarten

To continue down the Dolch sight words list I created ten more practice sheets.

In this set, you’ll find these ten of Dolch sight words: at, ate, brown, pretty, he, this, that, say, well, who.

If your children are working on any of these, they will get plenty of practice with my worksheets.

First, they will learn to recognize and write the sight word.

Then they’ll search through the seashells to find and color the matching sight words.

Whether you’ll use these worksheets in preparation for summer lessons or throughout the year, they’ll be a great addition to your English lesson plan.

Feel free to use them in your classroom or at home.

To download these fun summer worksheets, simply click on the download link at the very bottom. Then save or print right away.


Also see: Green eggs sight words hunt

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Please, remember these printable sight word worksheets are for classroom or personal use only. Any redistribution or altering is not allowed without written permission first. Thank you!

6 thoughts on “Summer sight words for kindergarten”

  1. Thank you so much for sharing these resources! I am a volunteer educator and have been having trouble finding useful (and free!) material for teaching reading. These are an easy activity to get the students ready for reading!

  2. Thank you so much for this, I struggle finding free, fun and entertaining activities for my kids. Your page is amazing!

  3. Thank you so much! These are so helpful to for my niece who wasn’t able to start Kindergarten this year due to her heart condition/Covid. She loves them and is able to prepare for school next year!

    • I am glad I could help! We were in the very same situation with my boys due to lung disease, so we’re getting ready for kindergarten next year. All the best!

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