Here's a fun sight word parking lot game. Great for use in the classroom and for practice at home. (Free idea from Juggling with Kids. this would be a great game and use scriptures or to teach bible words that are a bit hard to understand as a child.
This interactive notebook provides a variety of ways for your students to practice their sight words. No more loose papers! Your students will have all their sight word work together in one place as a handy reference. by avis
Children choose a letter out of a bucket and dab it with a bingo marker. (Different colour for each letter.) Good for letter recognition. Do something similar with numbers 1 through 10 or Can add pictures for sound recognition also
25 Ways to Teach Sight Words! If you're looking for great sight word activities that will help students retain everything they know, this is it! Need a different sight word strategy to try? This is the place to find a new idea!
Word Recognition- A bean bag toss for sight words. Use index cards with sight words on them to draw from. Then use chalk to write the sight word on pavement. Ask students to throw bean bag onto the sight word you draw and say aloud.