- Clipboard (or make one using the directions below)
- Your child's list of sight words
- Post-it notes, index cards or card stock
2.) Write one word on each post-it note or index card. We like the post-it notes because they are easy to hang and reuse.
3.) Hide the sight words throughout the house and let the hunt begin. As your child finds a word, it can be checked off their list. It's that easy!
4.) For clean up, call out a word and have your child find it and bring it back as fast as possible.
Other variations for the scavenger hunt: "Find a word that starts with ‘a’” or "Find a word that ends with 'n'." The possibilities are endless.
Need to make a clipboard?