This summer, I’ve spent each Monday giving ideas for simple sight word games you can play with your child to keep them fresh. If you’ve missed any of them, click ont he image above or HERE to view all the games we’ve done thus far. Next week will be my last one for the summer…and I’m SUPER excited about it!
Today, I have an easy game I created for ALuv to integrate some paper airplane fun (since he really enjoys building them.)
- sight word cards
- an open area (we used our downstairs hallway)
How to Play:
1. He made a paper airplane. We’ve explored many ways to make a paper airplane and by far, this is his favorite way. It seems to fly better than the other ones we’ve made.
3. He threw the paper airplane.
We repeated steps 3 and 4 several times.
To extend the activity, he could have written the words down, given them to me in sentences, or I could have called out the word and had him spell it without looking. Another idea would be to change out the cards mid-game and start again.Like what you see? You can join This Reading Mama via RSS, Facebook, Twitter, or email! You can also follow me on Teachers Pay Teachers to receive updates when I post FREE, new downloads.