Download free sight word scramble worksheets for your first graders!
Sight words are a great entryway into reading fluency. So if you have a first-grader at home who is learning to read, these sight word scramble worksheets can help you out.
There are all 41 Dolch sight words included in this free printable (45 words total). Because I had some extra space, I added 4 words twice for extra practice.
The last page in the PDF also includes a list of all the grade 1 sight words.
Grade 1 sight words worksheets
You will find a total of six pages in this printable sight words set.
Five pages include scrambled sight words. And the goal is to unscramble them and write the letters in the correct order.
If your students have been working on their sight words all year, this will be a great end-of-schoolyear activity.
They can use magnetic letters to help them out. But also the list of sight words on the last page. Children can gradually cross out the words they already unscrambled.
This is a fun and challenging learning activity to keep your first graders engaged.
For a download, just scroll to the end of this article.
And make sure to check out my other sight words printables, too!
1st grade sight word Worksheets
First-grade sight words spot and dot – spot and color the sight words with the correct bingo dauber
Sight words dice game – learn some sight words with a dice game
Dolch sight words writing and tracing – practice handwriting and learn to write first grade sight words
Sight word word search – search for the high-frequency words in this fun worksheet
Sight word scramble grade 1
Here is a preview of the worksheets included:
Other free printables:
Numbers and counting worksheets
Addition and subtraction worksheets
Cut and paste worksheets
Free tracing worksheets
Alphabet worksheets ABC
2 thoughts on “Sight word scramble for first grade”
After working long and hard on this, my daughter would like to report that there are a few duplicates in the unscrambling. She was a little confused at the end, but we worked it out.
Yes, there are! The last page had some empty spots so I added some of the previous sight words for extra practice 😉