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Sight Words - Unit 17

With the printable teaching resources on this page, students will study the sight words: then, bad, ate, and good. The featured noun is sun. Begin the unit by sending home a word list and home review activity. Then you can choose a few of the many related activities to complete in class. At the end of the week you can give one of the sight word assessments.

sight words unit 17 Worksheets

Word List

This is the sight word list for unit 17. Students can take this list home to practice their sight words with their parents.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
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Worksheets

Build sight words with letter squares. This activity requires a glue stick and scissors.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
This sight word bingo game can be played with a small group or with your whole class.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
Your students will practice their weekly sight words by reading, tracing and writing them.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
Students will trace this week's sight words twice to practice reading and writing them.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
Practice this week's sight words by writing them twice using this worksheet.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
This week's sorting activity requires students to categorize snap words into two groups: 3-letter words and 4-letter words.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
Teachers can use this activity as a learning center with their class. Students make sight words using ink letter stampers.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
Read the six sentences made up completely of sight words from Units one through seventeen of our Sight Word curriculum on these worksheets.
Pre-K through 1st Grade

Individual Sight Words

Practice learning the sight word, bad with this printable worksheet.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
Cut out the letters O, D, O, and G. Arrange them to make the word good and glue them onto the bottom of the page.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
Trace the word then. Write it in the sentence. Then draw a picture at the bottom of the page.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
Learn to read, write, and recognize the word ate.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
Students will trace and circle the word sun. Then have them cut out the letters and glue them on the paper to make the word.
Pre-K through 1st Grade

Reading Practice Tools

Color and cut out this pig-shaped word slider. Slide the word strip up and down to practice Unit 17 sight words. (Print this activity on card stock paper for best results.) Color version available by pressing the ALT button below.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
Print and cut out these flashcards. Use them for small group practice sessions or take-home practice.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
Spin the wheel to practice reading this week's sight words.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
This printable has this week's sight words written on strips. They'll fit nicely in your pocket charts, or use them to make a word wall in your classroom.
Pre-K through 1st Grade

Sight Word Tests

Have your students read a list of this week's words. Track their progress on these assessment score sheets.
Pre-K through 1st Grade
Print this test and give it to your class. Read aloud the sight words from the list and have your students circle the words they hear.
Pre-K through 1st Grade

STW Sight Words
Master List

This is the complete list of high-frequency words that your students should master this school year.
Pre-K through 1st Grade

See Also:

STW Sight Words: Unit 18

Here is the 18th unit in our sight word series. This unit contains a take-home word list, tests, a word slider, worksheets, and flashcards.

Sight Words Units (Full List)

This page will link you to an index of all 30 STW sight word units in this series.

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