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Winter and Christmas Sight Word Games

Today we are bringing you some fun Winter and Christmas Sight Word Games to play! If you have, or know of, a child who is just getting started with reading playing with words is a neat way for them to learn.

I would suggest these games for kids who are interested in specific words and are asking to learn to read.

I know sight word games are very popular and these are some nice ones for the colder months. Have a word snowball fight indoors or play a hide-and-seek Christmas word game. There are many more ideas below.

Don’t miss our popular free printable sight word game for another way to play.

Find a wonderful collection of winter sight word games and Christmas sight word games that kids will love to play. Dolch and Fry sight words. Click picture to see all of the games.

Winter Sight Word Games

Christmas Sight Word Games

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susen @Dabbling Momma

Saturday 21st of November 2015

So many great games to choose from. My daughter is learning sight words right now. We'll have a great time trying these out!

Sheila Rogers

Saturday 21st of November 2015

Thanks Susen, I'm so glad you and your daughter will use them.

Emma

Saturday 21st of November 2015

Love the snowball fight idea - perfect for active learners! (And just fun, too!)

Sheila Rogers

Saturday 21st of November 2015

lol - yeah I think that is an all-around favorite Emma.

Maria

Friday 20th of November 2015

I love these activities! I used to teach 7th grade language arts and I have to say, that snowball activitiy were popular to my teenage students as well (I just had to be careful with setting up ground rules--like no pelting or getting on furniture to "snowball" someone).

What a perfect way to learn sight words, be festive and also be tactile with the kids. Bravo for this list, Sheila! I'm so glad you shared this with us on #SHINEbloghop this week. It's great to see such a fun educational posts in our set of links.

Wishing you a great weekend!

Sheila Rogers

Friday 20th of November 2015

Maria, I'm so happy you stopped by. Thank you for the nice comment - you are so sweet. Oh, I can see why you had to set a few guidelines with the snowball activity at that age. I used to work in a middle school ;) You have a great weekend as well.

Victoria

Monday 16th of November 2015

Thank you so much ,cause I'm asylum seeker here and don't have school for my kids so its very helpful for me at homeschooling. I'm very thank full to you

Sheila Rogers

Wednesday 18th of November 2015

Victoria, Thank you so much for stopping by and for taking the time to leave such a nice comment. I'm glad these will work for your homeschool. I'm glad to hear from you. Sheila