Floating Sight Word Pool Noodles
Cut up pool noodles into smaller pieces. Then you can use them a few different way by writing on them. I used a dry erase marker to write on them so that I could wipe them off and use them again for other activities.
-Write individual letters on the noodles and float them in the pool. Have students search for the letters needed to spell different sight words and stack them up.
Floating Sight Word Balls
Similar to the pool noodle idea is to float plastic balls in the water. Again, I wrote on them with dry erase marker. You could use the whole word or individual letters and have students search for sight words.
Sidewalk Chalk Sight Words
-Write sight words out on the sidewalk and have the students try to identify a particular word
-Give the students chalk and have them write words
-Write the sight words in chalk and give the students water and paint brushes. Have them "erase" the words as you call them out by tracing over each letter with the water.
-If you want to get water guns or spray bottles involved, have students spray the words when you call them out once you've already written them
-Use the spray bottles and try to have the students write the words in water on the sidewalk
Quick and easy but perfect for a nice sunny day when you just want to be outside!