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100+ Tracing Sight Words | Free Printable | First Grade

Learning words is one of the fundamental skills that children acquire during their early years. Tracing sight words is an effective way to help young learners develop this skill.

By tracing sight words, children can improve their word recognition abilities and fine motor skills. 

In this article, we will introduce you to a set of free printable tracing sight words PDFs that can be used to help children learn sight words and write them. 

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What Are Sight Words?

Common words that kids quickly recognize are called “sight words.” Beginning readers no longer need to attempt to sound out terms like “the,” “it,” and “and” because they appear so frequently in texts.

They can identify them by sight.


List of Popular Sight Words

The list of 100 sight words is given below.


25 Fun Activities on Tracing Sight Words

Learning sight words is difficult for students. Children can explore this idea clearly and practically by exploring the worksheets for sight words.  So let’s start learning sight word worksheets!


Tracing and Making Sentences with Sight Words (I Can Go There)

First, look at the worksheet where the sentence “I Can Go There” is indicated.

Trace the sentence by connecting the dots.  It’s an effective way to teach your kids sight words. 


Tracing and Making Sentences with Sight Words (Yes, He Likes Red)

 Look at the worksheet where the sentence “Yes, He Likes Red” is indicated. Trace the sentence by connecting the dots.  It’s an effective way to teach your kids sight words. 


Sight Words (Six, Ten, Green, From) Tracing

Now look at the worksheet, where some words like “six,” “ten,” “green,” and “from” are indicated. Trace the sentence by connecting the dots. 


Sight Words (Two, Not, Three, Four) Tracing

Now look at the worksheet, where some words like “two,” “not,” “three,” and “four” are indicated. Trace the sentence by connecting the dots. 


Making and Tracing Sentences with Sight Words (They Have Five Cars) 

 Look at the worksheet where the sentence “They Have Five Cars” is indicated.

Trace the sentence by connecting the dots.  It’s an effective way to teach your kids sight words.


Make and Trace Sentences with Sight Words (Do You Love Him?)

Look at the worksheet where the sentence “Do You Love Him?” is indicated.

Trace the sentence by connecting the dots.  It’s an effective way to teach your kids sight words. 


Trace Sight Words (Has, Went, Into, Which ) 

Now look at the worksheet, where some words like “has,” “went,” “into,” and “which” are indicated. Trace the sentence by connecting the dots. 


Sight Words (Away, Her, Pink, So) Tracing

Now look at the worksheet, where some words like “away,” “pink,” “her,” and “so” are indicated. Trace the sentence by connecting the dots. 


Make Sentences with Sight Words (Look at The Boy) and Trace

Look at the worksheet where the sentence “Look at the boy” is indicated. Trace the sentence by connecting the dots.  It’s an effective way to teach your kids sight words. 


Tracing and Making Sentences with Sight Words (One Could Play This)

Look at the worksheet where the sentence “One Could Play This” is indicated.

Trace the sentence by connecting the dots.  It’s an effective way to teach your kids sight words. 


Sight Words (Be, Too, Purple, No) Tracing

Now look at the worksheet, where some words like “purple,” “no,” “too,” and “be” are indicated.

Trace the sentence by connecting the dots. 


Making and Tracing Sentences with Sight Words (She Eats All Day)

Look at the worksheet where the sentence “She Eats All Day” is indicated. Trace the sentence by connecting the dots.  It’s an effective way to teach your kids sight words. 


Make Sentences and Trace with Sight Words (We Saw a Tree) 

Look at the worksheet where the sentence “We Saw A Tree” is indicated. Trace the sentence by connecting the dots.  It’s an effective way to teach your kids sight words. 


Tracing Sight Words (When, Eight, Blue, What) 

Now look at the worksheet, where some words like “when,” “eight,” “blue,” and “what” are indicated.

Trace the sentence by connecting the dots. 


Tracing Sight Words with Sentences (It Is Your Time)

Look at the worksheet where the sentence “It Is Your Time” is indicated.

Trace the sentence by connecting the dots.  It’s an effective way to teach your kids sight words. 


Tracing Sentences with Sight Words (Jump, Run With Us)

Look at the worksheet where the sentence “Jump, Run With Us” is indicated. Trace the sentence by connecting the dots.  It’s an effective way to teach your kids sight words. 


Sight Words (Went, Black, Am, Little) Tracing

Now look at the worksheet, where some words like “went,” “black,” “am,” and “little” are indicated. Trace the sentence by connecting the dots. 


Tracing Sentences with Sight Words (Come Out and See)

Look at the worksheet where the sentence “Come out and see” is indicated. Trace the sentence by connecting the dots.  It’s an effective way to teach your kids sight words.


Making and Tracing Sentences with Sight Words (That Was My House)

Look at the worksheet where the sentence “That was my house” is indicated.

Trace the sentence by connecting the dots.  It’s an effective way to teach your kids sight words. 


Trace Sight Word (Are, To, For, Said)

Now look at the worksheet, where some words like “are,” “to,” “for,” and “said” are indicated.

Trace the sentence by connecting the dots.


Trace Sight Words (Yellow, Me, Of, On) 

Now look at the worksheet, where some words like “yellow,” “me,” “of,” and “on” are indicated. Trace the sentence by connecting the dots.


Making and Tracing Sentences with Sight Words (Who Came Here First?)

Look at the worksheet where the sentence “Who came here first?” is indicated. Trace the sentence by connecting the dots.  It’s an effective way to teach your kids sight words.


Sight Words (Got, White, In, His) Tracing

Now look at the worksheet, where some words like “got,” “white,” “in,” and “his” are indicated.

Trace the sentence by connecting the dots. 


Tracing Sentences with Sight Words (Get Up By Nine)

Look at the worksheet where the sentence “Who came here first?” is indicated.

Trace the sentence by connecting the dots.  It’s an effective way to teach your kids sight words.


Sight Words (But, Where, Why, Brown) Tracing

Now look at the worksheet, where some words like “but,” “why,” “where,” and “brown” are indicated. Trace the sentence by connecting the dots. 


Download Free Worksheet PDF

Download the attached PDF and have fun playing with the children. 

I prefer to offer some guidance to parents and teachers because tracing sight words can be challenging to digest.

This is completed as children start to comprehend the spelling pattern. Many students have trouble reading sight words since they are unfamiliar with them. If we know how to teach words, students will pick them up more rapidly. I have thus planned suitable activities for them.

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