These paint a sight word worksheets are ready to print and practice those tricky sight words! There are 2 options of sight word activities that are a hands on, engaging way for young learners to practice fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination as they are learning to read, write, and spell sight words.
The direction arrows are designed to help emergent writers with proper letter formation as they are painting or coloring the dotted letters of each sight word. Students can use Q-tips to paint and fill the words or thick markers to dot each word. Included are 2 options for each sight word.
- full page sight word painting with word tracing
- half page sight word painting
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