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Dolch Sight Words Worksheets: Week Thirteen

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We are on to lucky week 13 of the Dolch Sight Words Worksheets!

That means that by the time you complete this week, your child will have mastered 130 of the 220 Dolch Sight Words!  Only 9 more weeks to go!

Learning sight words is a great way to become a fabulous reader!

In this set of printables, your first graders will learn how to use some of the most common sight words in the English language.

Grab these free Dolch Sight Words worksheets to help your kids learn to read over, put, round, some, stop, take, thank, them, then, and think!

Once your kids learn to recognize these words, they’ll be off and running to read!

Dolch Sight Words Worksheets:

Like all of our sight word printables, this set of worksheets features the following resources:

  • Flash Cards
  • Handwriting Practice
  • Coloring Page
  • Matching Activity
  • Instructions for use

Since the pack includes a coloring page and a matching activity, you can even use it with kids who are younger than first graders!

In fact, if you’re teaching a first grader and a preschooler at the same time, try printing an extra copy of the coloring page for your younger learner to work on!

To download and print your set of Dolch Sight Words Worksheets and Flashcards for Week 13, click the above image!

Here’s a look at the specific sight words included in this set of printables:

List of Dolch Sight Words Included:

  • over
  • put
  • round
  • some
  • stop
  • take
  • thank
  • them
  • then
  • think

Dolch Sight Words Level: First Grade

You can find past Dolch Sight Words Worksheets here: All Dolch Sight Words Worksheets

Dolch Sight Words Week 13

 

Dolch Sight Word Games & Books:

Once you finish using this pack with your kids, try to play reading games and use sight word books to keep your kids learning.

Here are a few of my top picks from Amazon (aff) to help you reinforce these sight words to your kids!

More Reading Resources:

As you know, practice makes perfect in most things in our lives.  Yep, this includes reading.

The following articles are sure to help you turn out kids that are not only fabulous at reading, but love it as well.

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies, said Jojen. The man who never reads lives only one.”
― George R.R. MartinA Dance with Dragons

Anyway, I am getting sidetracked. 😉  Here you go:

Using “Close Reading” Purposefully and Appropriately

Books for Boys: Make Reading Fun

Reading: Book Recommendations for all Ages

8 pages of printables, week 13, Dolch sight words

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Laurie

Sunday 13th of April 2014

You ROCK for linking up this week to Tip Me Tuesday Kelli. {high fives} Just a heads up, Tip Junkie can help you index your blog more effectively if you upload at least 2 images, 2 steps, and blog post URL into your Tip Junkie craft room! Simply login and click “add a project” on your profile page to get started. {yep I’ve got your back!} ~ Laurie {a.k.a. the Tip Junkie} Link ~ http://www.tipjunkie.com/how-to-add-a-craft-room-project-on-tip-junkie

Megan

Friday 11th of April 2014

Such a great resource for parents! Thanks for linking to the after school linky!

Ashley

Monday 7th of April 2014

We will be needing these for next year, thanks! Thank you for linking up to the Thoughtful Spot Blog Hop.