Apple Printables Sight Words

Apple Preschool Sight Words Printable

Kids need lots of practice to learn key sight words that make up most of the books they will be reading. These free apple themed preschool sight words printable are a fun, low prep activity that is perfect for helping preschool, pre k, and kindergarten age children practice pre-primer dolch sight words.

Kids need lots of practice to learn key sight words that make up most of the books they will be reading. These free apple themed preschool sight words printable are a fun, low prep activity that is perfect for helping preschool, pre k, and kindergarten age children practice pre-primer dolch sight words.

Preschool Sight Words Printable

Nothing says fall like going back to school, apples, and falling leaves. Since September is apple month, we like to incorporate a lot of apple themed activities to make learning fun for preschoolers and kindergartners. We add in educational activities to practice math, alphabet letters, science, history, and reading.  Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love these handy apple preschool sight words printable that require little prep. Simply print, cut into strips, and you are ready to allow children to practice reading and tracing sight words.

low prep sight word tracing for pre primer sight words; laminate to make these reusable

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the page, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> Download <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie and print the pages on plain paper.

This 12-page printable pack contains four sight word strips per page; you will practice a total of 38 different pre k sight words. Each of these strips can be completed independently or with supervision, depending on the skill level of the child and the skills they are working on improving.

fun educational activity for a preschool apple theme activity

Pre K Sight Words

To prepare this low-prep activity, you will need to download the printable and print. This activity is completely done in black and white, to save on ink costs. Then cut out each strip on the solid black lines. These strips can be placed together and stapled in the top left hand corner to keep them together. Holes could also be punched into the top left hand corner of each of the strips and string or rings used to hold them together.

sight word strips with an apple theme for prek and preschool kids to improve reading fluency

Sight Words Tracing

Each strip contains an apple with the pre-k sight word on it. Then the word is written on lines two or more times. Children can sound out and read the word in the apple, then work on their letter formation and spelling as they write out the word on the strip. Once they can read, spell and write the word correctly, they could color in the apple.

You could even laminate the strips and have children use a dry-erase marker to write with. Or, once they have completed their tracing strips, they could continue practicing their spelling and writing, by writing the words on properly lined paper. With lots of practice, children will become confident in learning to read and spell these sight words.

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Preschool Sight Words

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Apple Theme for Preschoolers

If your students are just starting out, have them start with learning numbers 1-10 with these super cute Count to 10 Apple Playdough Mats before this count to 20 activity. Or print off one of these NO PREP Apple Worksheets for Preschoolers to practice both math and literacy. Finally, you will love these trace & erase Alphabet Tracing Cards.

 

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Looking for more fun and free ideas to make learning fun for preschoolers? Check out these free prek worksheets:

Plus don’t miss our ABC Printables, math activities for preschoolers, learning preschool colors, fun preschool themes, tons of free playdough mats, cute preschool crafts, tons of free printable preschool worksheets, and many preschool book list.

pre primer sight word tracing strips for an easy ativity

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Beth Gorden

Beth Gorden is the creative multi-tasking creator of Preschool Play and Learn. As a busy homeschooling mother of six, she strives to create hands-on learning activities and worksheets that kids will love to make learning FUN! Beth is also the creator of 123Homeschool4Me.com and kindergartenworksheetsandgames.com where she shares more than 100,000 pages of FREE worksheets,& educational ideas for PreK-8th grade.

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  • Thank you for providing all these resources. I’m a Special Education teacher and with our new normal, the parents, who are also working from home, have taken on the teacher role. It’s so nice to find activities that I can send my students to do at home. I hope I’m not breaking any rules by sending my students a few pages a week.
    Thanks again.

    • We prefer if you could have families pop over to our site to download the file directly (as we pageviews / ad revenue is what keeps all our materials FREE), but if that really doesn’t work in your situation… duing COVID19 situation only, we are making an exception =)

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