Practice sight words this October with your first graders using these Color by Sight Word Halloween Worksheets for First Graders. You’re definitely not going to want to miss these engaging and hands-on sight word worksheets. Get yours today!
My kids love Halloween. I’m never quite sure if it’s the candy, the costumes, or the magic, but it’s definitely a lot of fun! Planning lessons around things they enjoy always makes learning a lot more exciting for everyone. If you’re looking for a way to add some Halloween fun to your early reading lessons this Fall, you definitely don’t want to miss these Color by Sight Word Halloween Worksheets for First Graders.
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They’re an easy way to add a little monster magic to your sight word practice at home or in the classroom this Halloween. Keep reading for even more fun Halloween reading practice ideas for Fall learning fun in your classroom or homeschool.
Why You Need to Practice Sight Words in First Grade
These Halloween Color by Sight Word pages are filled with hidden tricky words your first grader can practice memorizing for lots of extra reading practice.
The best part is they’ll be having so much fun finding the hidden Halloween images in these printables that they’ll be learning through play this Fall! Check out these other great early learning skills your first graders can practice with Halloween sight word coloring pages:
- Become more confident readers
- Build reading fluency skills
- Increase reading comprehension
- Build concentration skills with coloring
Halloween Read Alouds for First Graders
Did you know that reading aloud to your first graders is the single best thing you can do to help them become strong readers? It’s true! Reading aloud helps kids build important reading skills like comprehension and expands their vocabulary too.
Why not begin a new tradition with some spooky read alouds perfect for first grader readers this year!
To help kids become stronger readers, consider sharing these chapter books together. Read a page aloud to your first grader, then have them practice their own reading skills on the next page. These books are perfect for Halloween:
- Amelia Bedelia Scared Silly* by Herman Parish
- It’s Halloween, I’m Turning Green* by Dan Gutman
- Dragon’s Halloween* by Dav Pilkey
Don’t forget to grab these Halloween Color by Sight Word First Grade printables for extra practice mastering tricky sight words with your early readers this October.
First Grade Book Character Costumes for Halloween
Did you know role-playing with Halloween costumes is an excellent way to encourage your first grade kids to fall in love with books? Book character costumes are easy to DIY at the last minute!
Plus, they help kids fall in love with stories and get ready to explore new books they might not have dared to read before.
Don’t forget to grab and print the classic characters available in these Halloween Color by Sight Word worksheets. It’s the perfect way to practice sight words with your first grade readers this October while exploring some spooky Halloween classics too!
Share your favorite book character costume ideas in the comments to help inspire others this Halloween. I can’t wait to read your ideas!
Sight Word Halloween Worksheets for First Graders
Get your Halloween Color by Sight Word Preschool Worksheets via Teachers Pay Teachers here.
Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.
I hope you enjoy using these color by sight word worksheets with your little kids as much as I enjoyed creating them with mine.
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