These Color by Sight Word Summer Kindergarten Worksheets are a great way to practice early reading and writing skills with your kindergartners. Get yours today!
I’m so excited to share this brand new set of Color by Sight Word Summer Kindergarten Worksheets. These fun color by code printables will definitely make a splash in your kindergartners learning this year.
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Kinesthetic learners thrive on hands-on learning and these awesome summer color by sight word printables are exactly that!
These printable pages are also a great way to work on concentration, problem-solving skills, build finger muscles for better handwriting, practice pencil grip, and develop the hand-eye coordination important for learning to read.
Teach your kindergartners important early language and literacy skills using these no prep printables combined with the activities below.
Sand Writing Tray
If you’re looking for a quick & easy beach-themed sensory activity, then this one’s for you. Grab a tray and some sand then let your kindergartners practice writing sight words in the sand with their finger.
Want to make this activity more of a challenge? You can have them use seashells to form each letter of their sight words. When they’re finished, they can pick a new word to practice writing and do it again.
Make A Splash with Sight Words
Use sidewalk chalk to write the sight words on your driveway and then grab a bucket full of water balloons. Let your kindergartner practice reading each sight word then dropping a water balloon on it to make a big splash.
If water balloons aren’t really your thing, try a squirt bottle instead. Fill it with water and then let your kiddo spray each sight word as he or she reads them aloud. You could even fill a bowl with water and use an eyedropper. What a great way to practice fine motor skills!
Sight Word Scavenger Hunt
This one requires a bit of planning on your part, but your kindergartner will for sure have a blast.
First, make a list of sight words for your scavenger hunt, then write those words on some fun summer items. You could use seashells or even painted rocks. When you’re finished, hide them all over the yard.
Give your kindergartners the list and let them have at it. If you have more than one kiddo playing, the child who finds the most sight words wins. This activity doubles as a fun way to get some exercise. Gross motor games for the win, right?
It’s definitely easy to enjoy some summer learning fun with your little kids!
Color by Sight Word Summer Kindergarten Worksheets
Get your Color by Sight Word Summer Kindergarten Worksheets via Teachers Pay Teachers here.
Bucket and Shovel
Sunglasses and Sunscreen
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 summer kindergarten worksheets with your little kids as much as I enjoyed creating them with mine.
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