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Sight Word Garden

This FREE Sight Word Garden makes it fun for kids to practice kindergarten sight words with a fun spring themed gardening activity.

FREE Sight Word Garden - this is such a fun, clever sight word activity to help preschool and kindergarten age kids practice reading with a fun spring, garden theme. #sightwords #preschool #kindergarten

Sight word activities for kindergartners are important because sight words are the entryway or gates to reading. While learning sight words is mostly memorization, knowing sight words allows our children to focus their time and energy on decoding the few new words in a sentence, which makes learning to read more enjoyable because they feel more successful. So with that said, this editable sight word activity will focus on learning to identify 6 sight words that your child needs help with.

This activity is great for pre-k, and kindergarten children.


FREE Sight Word Garden

Engage your kiddo in a sight word activity that feels a whole lot like a game, basically the best kind of learning in my opinion. The primary focus is to read and identify the sight words, but I have printed the sight words on the recording sheet in a traceable font so if your child is ready to write their sight words, they can.


Editable Sight Word Activity

Your pre-k and kindergarten kiddo is going to have a lot of fun learning to read and write their sight words as they play with the veggies in the garden.


  • Editable Sight Word Activity – Garden Theme Template
  • Scissors
  • Markers
  • Sensory Bin (optional)
  • Black Beans (optional)



  • Download the FREE Editable Sight Word Activity – Garden Theme Template below.
  • Fill in the sight words you want your child to work on to make the template editable.
  • Print and cut the template.
  • Place the colorful veggies in the sensory bin filled with black beans (garden). You can skip this step and just place the vegetable cards in a pile.
  • Pull one vegetable out at a time, read it, and color in the corresponding vegetable on the recording sheet.



  • You can skip coloring the vegetables on the recording sheet and simply match and cover the sight words on the recording sheet with the veggies from the garden
  • You can make it more challenging by inviting your child to trace and write the sight words on the recording sheet before coloring in the vegetable.

Make practicing sights words FUN with this cute Bug Sight Words Game for preschool, pre k, kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade students to practice common dolche words.   FREE Printable Sight Words List - handy list of dolch words by grade to learn pre k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade words. Plus free games and worksheets to make learning these common words FUN! #sightwords #dolchwords #printable free-printable-candy-land-sight-word-cards

Sight Word Printables

Looking for more sight word games, activities, and worksheets to make practicing fun? Try these ideas:

You can see all our kindergarten worksheets and kindergarten activites with 300,000 different ideas to make learning FUN! Or sneak in some seasonal kids activities to make the most of these precious early years!

If your kindergartner has other siblings you will want to check out our preschool worksheets, 1st grade worksheets,  or alphabet worksheets. Or you can find all our worksheets for kids arranged by age and subject (math, english, social studies, science, music, and more!)


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About the author


Emily is a teacher turned mom who just couldn't quite leave the classroom behind. She has 2 toddlers at home whom she is prepping for kindergarten by doing hands-on learning activities at home. Her blog, Sandbox Academy, focuses on learning literacy, math, STEM, and the arts through crafts and play.

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