Sight Words Graphing

There’s nothing like killing 2 birds with one stone! I feel like this printable does that, so I’m pretty jazzed. First, kids read the sight words (clearly a win!), then they use the quantity of each word to make a simple graph (win-win!). Might be a good whole class activity or a page to send home and do as a “parent-student” practice. It’s very similar to the page I made for St. Patrick’s Day! Enjoy!

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2 thoughts on “Sight Words Graphing

  1. Interesting. I teach third grade so my mind went to math and story problems. I could create several story problems in which they have to determine the mathematical action, solve each one, then graph the number of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems. I like it!

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