Are you looking for sight word worksheets for your kids? Then, you have found the right place to download free sight word printables! Make practicing those pesky sight words more fun with these free color by sight word coloring pages. Grab some crayons and you are ready to practice reading and identifying high frequency words in these color words worksheets. Grab these five sight word coloring pages to help your students practice reading sight words in a low pressure and fun way.
This color words worksheet is an activity that can be used in a variety of ways. Color by code sight words works well for morning work, early finishers, literacy centers, or as homework. It’s a great way to reinforce the sight words they’ve learned at school and for them to practice them at home again easily. The first time the students do this activity, encourage them to color the crayons first so they can easily see which color the sight word needs to be. To do the color by code sight words, the students will carefully color the picture one area at a time using the matching color for the sight words. The students will continue coloring the sight words until the entire picture has been completed. They will then be able to see their hidden picture!
These are perfect for summer school, summer packets/homework, end of the school year review, back to school refresher, morning bell work, small group work, independent practice and so much more! Just download, print and you are ready to go!! To use, have students color the crayons at the top just for easy reference. Then, they will color the parts of the picture based on what sight word is in that piece and what the color key at the top says. At the end they should have a colorful summer picture that they can practice reading.
There are 5 color by sight word pages included in this pack. Students will practice identifying and spelling sight words as they complete these pages. These coloring sight word pages can be used for morning work, literacy centers, independent work, and early finishers or to supplement a homeschool curriculum.