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Practice the sight word 'just' by printing this playful worksheet..

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Adequate practice of sight words is bound to improve vocabulary as the technique becomes embedded in children's repertoire of reading skills. This sets the tone for reading new complex words as learning progresses. Get right into this worksheet for an engaging learning experience of the word just.

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See the rest of this set: sight word activities 101-200, ages: 1st grade, 2nd grade, kindergarten, download format: .pdf file.

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Below you will find all the sight words worksheets and printables from around Planes&Balloons. Whether you have a preschooler at home who is just starting to read their first words or a beginner reader in kindergarten or first grade, sight words are a great way to encourage their efforts!

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Teaching sight words helps promote literacy as well as reading and spelling fluency in later grades. The majority of worksheets and activities below are designed around the Dolch sight words list , which includes the most common 315 words in the English language (220 “service” words and 95 nouns).

Sight words are divided into groups for each grade, so children can build their high frequency words vocabulary continuously.

So far, I’ve created activities and sight words worksheets for grades pre-k to grade 1. And I keep making new ones, so make sure to come back and get more of my free printables.

Sight word list

Download the free printable Dolch sight word list for pre-k, kindergarten, and grade 1 below. I also designed Fry’s first 100 words list for your convenience.

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Preschool Sight Words Worksheets

My preschool sight words worksheets include all 40 so-called pre-primer sight words. Children will play the find & color games, learn with sight word flash cards, or make art with sight word coloring pages.

Pre-primer sight words checklist

Pre-primer sight words checklist and memory game – a fun way to work on sight words in preschool

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Pre-primer sight word flash cards – great for quick sight words activity with your preschoolers

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Sight word flash cards PDF – flashcards of all sight words from Dolch’s list and 200 high-frequency words from Fry’s list

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Pre-primer sight word sentences – read the first sentences with sight words

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Dolch pre-primer sight words coloring pages – make fun art with these large printable sight words

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Do a dot preschool sight words worksheets – spot and dot sight words activity

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Preschool sight words matching – let’s see if your students can spot the same sight words in each column

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These kindergarten sight words worksheets include activities such as sight word search, spot, and color sight words, sight words scramble, and more. Kindergarten students will practice their 52 sight words from the Dolch list.

Sight word "do" coloring page

Free sight word coloring pages – all 52 Dolch sight words to color or decorate with your students. Easily make a sight word wall!

Kindergarten sight words spot and dot worksheet

Spot and dot sight words – a fun kindergarten activity to practice reading Dolch sight words.

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100 first sight words bookmarks – learn the first 100 words with these colorful bookmarks

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C ut and paste sight words – read the sight words and match them

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Simple sentences to read – read first sentences with sight words and CVC words combined

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Christmas sight words

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summer sight words

Tracing and writing sight words and first sight word search for the very young learners:

Sight words no and now worksheet for kindergarten

Sight word practice – read, trace, write and find all the sight words

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Sight words search for kindergarten – find and cross out sight words in this word search for kindergarten

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Dolch sight words tracing – a great way to practice sight words and writing all in one activity

First Grade Sight Words Worksheets

I have only recently added 1st grade worksheets to this site, so expect my list of grade 1 sight words to grow in the future. For now, here are a few Dolch sight words activities for first grade (41 sight words).

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For tips and tricks on how to teach sight words to young learners, read this on-point Scholastic article .

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7 Sight Word Practice Worksheets

Did you know that sight word practice can boost the confidence of a child? Imagine being an early reader who is about to read a page. When you look at the page, you soon realize that you can easily identify over half of the words on the page because they are sight words that you know. Your confidence will not only go up, but you will want to read even further!

Now imagine being an early reader who knows half of the words on the page. That means you only need to slow down your reading to focus on decoding new or challenging words. How exciting and encouraging is that?! Your brain won’t have to work so hard and your frustration will be less because of how many words (pssst… sight words) you can easily read.

That is why sight word practice is so important for early readers. Not only do sight words make up most of a reading page, but they are words that students will be exposed to daily for the rest of their lives.

A sight word worksheet where students are practicing the sight word "the". Students trace the sight word and write the sight word "the". Then, they cut out puzzle pieces to build the sight word "the" to reveal a picture. They write the sight word "the" in the sentence to make it complete and read it aloud three times while coloring in a star each time they read the sentence.

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Giving students exposure and practice with sight words will help them become more fluent readers, build their confidence, become better writers, promote reading comprehension, and the list goes on.

Do you like to add sight word practice to your day? There are so many ways to have students practice sight words and I am excited to share with you some of my favorite sight word practice worksheets.

What is great about sight word worksheets is that they can be used in so many ways. You can add them to your morning work, centers, small groups, whole group instruction, early finishers, homework, and so much more!

1. Sight Word Practice Pages

I love when you can practice so many different skills that all relate to the same thing and especially when it is all on one page! That is exactly what this sight word practice worksheet has.

An example of a sight word practice worksheet for the sight word "you". The students spells the sight word "you" and colors in a star each time they spell the sight word correctly. Then the students will trace and write the sight word "you". Students will rainbow write the sight word. Next, they will find and color the sight word "you".  They will use problem solving to write the missing letters of the sight word "you". The students will build the sight word "you" and read the sight word "you" aloud while coloring in a star each time they read the sight word "you" aloud.

This sight word worksheet is packed with different activities all about the focus sight word. Students get to practice spelling, tracing, writing, rainbow writing, identifying, reading, problem solving, and building the sight word. This is all while also working on letter formation, handwriting, and fine motor skills.

You can add this activity as a sight word review after learning the word, add it to your morning work, homework, and more!

2. Sight Word Puzzles

You know how much I love a mystery! Of course, I was going to find a way to include a mystery puzzle in our sight word practice!

This sight word worksheet has students tracing and writing the sight word. Then, they cut out the puzzle pieces and build the sight word to reveal a mystery picture. This picture that they reveal is important because it will help them read the sentence.

On this sight word printable activity, the students are focusing on the sight word "like". They will trace and write the sight word "like".  Next, they will cut out the puzzle pieces and build the word to reveal a mystery picture. The students use the sight word "like" to fill in the blank in the sentence and then they read the sentence aloud. Each time they read the sentence out loud, they will color in a star until they've colored all three stars.

By adding the sight word to the sentence to make it complete, students get to practice reading the sight word in context. When sight words are used in context, students often begin to understand their purpose and how sight words are used. This then leads to an increase in reading fluency and comprehension.

Exposing our students who are early readers to sight words is so important. The more exposure they have, the more those sight words will stick.

Think of how many of your students may recognize a McDonald’s sign. I am sure that they have driven past one or have eaten there many times. Because they have been exposed to the McDonald’s sign many times, they now know what it is when they see it.

This interactive sight word activity involves the students building a hat for the sight word "see". They rainbow writing the sight word "see", then build the sight word with letters, while also visually seeing the word all along the sides of their hat.

I like to think of these sight word hats as the McDonald’s sign! Okay, so it may not be quite like that but I can only hope!

These sight word hats get to be worn around the class all day which gives students exposure to the sight word they are learning ALL DAY LONG. Students might not be able to see their own hat, but seeing their classmate’s hat and saying the word to themselves when they see it will give them so much practice and exposure to the sight word in just one day!

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Want to try a worksheet from these 3 sight word ideas for FREE?

Now that we have gotten through the first 3 sight word practice activities, I wanted to let you try them out! You can grab a sight word practice page, a sight word puzzle, and a sight word hat for FREE below.

4. Editable Books

Do you notice how proud students are when they get their own book? Especially if it is a book or mini reader that they can read on their own or retell the story using the pictures.

These sight word books are not only packed with interactive sight word activities, but they will give your students lots of pride after they complete them!

On this sight word printable, students will create their own sight word book for the sight word "the".  They will color the sight word "the" and then write their name in the box at the bottom of the page.

You can add any sight word of your choice to these books because they are editable. Just type the sight word of your choice and the book will be created instantly!

On this page of the sight word book, the student will trace and write the sight word "the".  Then, they will find and color the sight word "the".

When you open the book, students will get to practice tracing and writing the sight word. Then, they will search the boxes to find and color the sight word. On the next page, students get to practice writing the sight word in order of the colors of the rainbow. They also get to do some problem solving by writing the missing letter or letters of the sight word to make it complete.

For this sight word worksheet, the students will unscramble the sight word "the" and then sort the sight word "the" from the other sight words.

When they turn to the next page, students will get to unscramble and write the sight word correctly. Then, they will sort different words by whether they are or are not the sight word. Last, it is time to practice reading the sight word in context. You can even have them find and circle the sight word in each sentence.

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5. Editable Mystery Pictures

I was able to add some mystery puzzles to our sight word practice, but I also needed to add some sight word mystery pictures! I must say, I love working on mystery pictures myself. Not knowing what the mystery picture is going to be until the end is so much fun!

For this sight word activity, the students will write each sight word. Then the students will use the color code to find and color the sight words in the boxes. When all of the boxes are colored correctly, a mystery picture is revealed.

Have you tried some mystery pictures in your classroom? They are one of the most requested activities and my students truly can never get enough.

These sight word mystery pictures have students reading and writing the sight words. Then, they use the color code to color the sight words in the boxes the correct colors to reveal a mystery picture.

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What is even better is that this activity is editable. You can pick the sight words you want to include in each mystery picture. This will allow you to be able to differentiate the activity with your students!

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6. Writing on a Rainbow

I love the way these sight word printables turn out in the end. They instantly bring a smile to everyone’s face and they are just so pretty!

This is a sight word printable that the students use to trace the sight word "you" and rainbow write the sight word "you".

Students start by rainbow writing the sight word on the clouds.

Students use this sight word worksheet by rainbow writing the sight word "you" on the clouds and then writing the sight word "you" multiple times in each color on the rainbow rays.

Next, they begin to write the sight word on each ray of the rainbow. The first ray will have the sight word written in red. The second ray will have the sight word written in orange. The third ray is yellow and this continues in the order of the colors of the rainbow until it is complete.

Not only is the end result pretty, but students don’t even realize that they have written the sight word about 50 times!

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7. Trace, Write, Rainbow Write

Having a worksheet that can be used in more than one way is always a teacher win! This sight word printable can be used in multiple ways.

This is a sight word activity where students will trace and write the sight word "can". The student will also rainbow write the sight word "can".

You can have students trace, write, and rainbow write the sight words. You can also slide this sight word printable into a paper protector and have students practice tracing and writing the sight word with a dry erase marker . Add another fun twist by having students build the letters of the sight word with playdoh !

Adding dry erase markers and playdoh to this one sight word worksheet will get students so excited and eager to do the activity!

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What are some of your favorite sight word activities that you like to do in your classroom? I would love to hear! Leave me a comment below and share with me!

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These are different examples of sight word activities that students can use to learn, identify and practice reading and writing sight words.

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Sight words can be tricky for a child who is learning to read. These are words that are so common that children should learn to quickly recognize them by sight, rather than ‘sounding them out’. Some of these words cannot be “sounded out” using phonetic principles. Our worksheets assist a child in learning to quickly recognize these sight words.

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Thank you so much for this list of worksheets! It helped SO much in compiling sight word homework for my class. Our school has a random list of sight words (none of which coincide with any specific list such as Dolch or Fry), so this helped a TON! You had every word except for one! 🙂

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Editable Sight Word Worksheets

Editable sight word worksheets are just what you to need to efficiently create sight word printables for your students! They are so easy, you can actually sit back and relax this weekend! 😉🥤

These sight word activities provide kindergarten, first grade, and second grade students with effective and engaging sight word practice. The magical part about these sight word worksheets is that they are efficient for you, too!

Editable Sight Word Worksheets

Bye-Bye Sight Word Lists

Ok, not really! 😉 But you don’t need to worry about which list you use. Dolch sight words, Fry sight words, custom district sight words…Forget comparing sight word lists to see if you can use a particular resource! Forget about buying different sight word packs because Johnny is three grade levels ahead and Sally needs last year’s list. This resource is custom to y-o-u.

Take a sneak peak into the magic via the video, or keep scrolling to read more about it!

The Magic 🦄

Just in case you didn’t watch the short video, here’s what makes these worksheets so magical!

• These worksheets are  editable  and they  auto-fill .

What does that mean? • You can use these worksheets for ANY sight words, as long as they are between 2-9 letters.

Customize & Personalize! • Tweak the directions to your liking! • Include students’ names and/or relevant content on every page.

As you type your information into the table, the worksheets are INSTANTLY generated!

Plus, you can create an unlimited number of sight word worksheets!

The Worksheets

So now that you know they are magically made…here is what the finished product looks like!

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  • Read the sight word
  • Trace the sight word
  • Rainbow write the sight word
  • Find and circle the sight word
  • Fill in the missing letters in the sight word
  • Cut, build, and paste the sight word
  • Identify and read the sight word in the context of a sentence

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Are you ready to make your custom sight word worksheets ?

Sort your sight words by word length. Use this free website to make it quick and easy! Copy and paste this list into a word document and print it out. You will be using this newly ordered list very soon!

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Open the Magical Set of Sight Word Worksheets in Adobe. This is REALLY important! If you use another PDF program, you won’t get all the cool embedded fonts and auto-fill features.

Don’t have Adobe? Click here to download it for free.


  • Download the files from TPT
  • Go to your “Downloads” folder
  • Right-click the file you want to open
  • Choose “Open with…”
  • Choose “Adobe Reader”

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Open the file named “2 Letter Sight Word Worksheets.” Using your newly sorted sight word list (see Step 1), start typing your information into the table.

  • Create worksheets for 10, 2-letter words at once.
  • In the similar words category, type other words that your students often confuse with that sight word.
  • One teacher told me she uses previously learned sight words and words with their current phonics skill in the sentences. GENIUS!

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Scroll through the pages to see your instantly-generated custom sight word worksheets!

NOTE: Do you want to change the directions at the top of each box? No problem! (Editable means editable, right?).

Change the directions first page (AKA page 2) until they are to your liking. Then scroll the document. All the directions on every other page will have changed to match. I told you they were magical ! 🦄

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Print the worksheets!

  • Be sure to “select” the pages you want to print so that you don’t accidentally print table (page 1). (Unless you want to print it, of course!)

Step 6 (Optional)

If you want to access these pages without typing in your information again, save the file. If not, feel free to close the file without saving. You can create more worksheets for sight words with 2 letters at any time!

Repeat that process any time you want to create new, custom sight word worksheets! I think this deserves an “EASY” button, don’t you? 😉

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Like what you see? Click here to find A Magical Set of Sight Word Activities on TPT!

Are you interested in more editable sight word magic? Be sure to check the Best Sight Word Fluency Worksheets of All Time!

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Does your child need extra practice reading and memorizing sight words? Use these free printable sight word worksheets to help them commit these high frequency words to memory!

These worksheets are perfect for kids who are learning to read. This includes preschoolers, Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade. 

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What Are Sight Words?

Sight words are words you can read by sight, without sounding out phonetically.

Sight words are made up of the most commonly used words. These are the words your child will come across in books the most often, which means committing them to memory will increase their reading speed and confidence. 

Many sight words are also words that are nearly impossible to sound out. Words like one, said, does, could and should. Imagine how frustrating it is for a child who only knows how to sound out words phonetically to come across one of these words in a book or sentence!

How to Use the Sight Word Worksheets?

These sight word worksheets are easy to download and to use. 

All you have to do is print and you have a ready made activity to practice reading common words!

You can choose to do one worksheet a day or focus on a word per week. 

Pair these worksheets with other sight word activities, such as:

  • Building words with magnetic letters
  • Writing the words on a whiteboard or chalkboard
  • Finding the words in books as you read

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Download the Free Sight Word Worksheets Now

 Below are 5 sight word worksheets that are free to download and use in your home or classroom. 

They include the words: the, a, and, said, & he. 

If you like these worksheets, you can get the entire Sight Word Activity Bundle which includes over 100 sight word worksheets, plus review worksheets and games. 

To download the worksheets, simply click the image or link below each image to download to your device. 

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You are free to use these printable sight word worksheets for personal use at home or in the classroom. Please don’t share the file, but if you’d like to share the worksheets with friends, please forward this page to them so that they can download the file themselves. These downloads may not be used in any commercial fashion.

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50 Free Sight Word Worksheets: Engaging Year Round Printables

Free Sight word worksheets  get your students to recognise, read, and write tricky words. Help students become fluent readers by starting off strong with fun and engaging sight word games and worksheets. Use these sight word worksheets pdf free ideas to build vocabulary too.

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Sight word printable worksheets are the number one way to help students learn common words and common high frequency words.

This is a growing collection of  Free Sight word worksheets , designed for ages approximately between 4 & 6 years old. You can also browse through our preschool printables and toddler printables.

Sight word practice worksheets for kindergarten

Repetition and practice are key to build proper sight word recognition skills. Kids learn to read, write and spell their sight words by exposure.

These fun Free Sight Word Worksheets include so many ways in which you could incorporate sight word practice in your class or homeschool.

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What are sight words?

Sight words are the most common words in the English language. They are often taught to children in kindergarten, elementary school, and even sometimes in high school.

Sight words are important because they have a high frequency of use in everyday life.

They can be used to teach children how to read and write more quickly.

And they can also be used as a list of words to help people improve their reading comprehension skills.

Are high frequency words the same as sight words?

Sight words are the most common words in written English. They are often the first words that children learn to read and write.

Sight words are typically considered high-frequency word, which means they appear more often in text than other words.

Sight words can be difficult for children to learn because they do not follow a predictable pattern of letter combinations that is found in most English language texts.

Here’s a list of hands-on free sight word worksheets to get even the most reluctant kids reading, writing and spelling their sight words!

They have been tested in the classroom and to motivate your kids to learn their sight words.

Free Sight word worksheets get your students to recognise, read, and write tricky words. Use these free sight word worksheets to build vocabulary too! #freeprintables #free #kidsactivities #preschool #kindergarten

Click the blue links to get your copy of some fun printable sight word games and activities. We will add printable games and activities often so keep this page bookmarked and come back often!

Free Sight Word Worksheets

Teachers can prepare these activity sheets very quickly and easily. You only need to print, then leave!

The addition of these worksheets to your morning work routine, literacy instruction, or private practise sessions is ideal. Additionally, they adhere to the same guidelines for each term, ensuring that kids always know what to do.

Sight Word Sentence Worksheets

Help students  read and understand their sight words  by using these fun and engaging  high frequency words posters . They can be used in so many ways, place each  High Frequency Words Poster  in small groups and have the kids read and work on the word mats.

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These High Frequency Sight Word Sentence Posters do just that. An added bonus in these include printable worksheets to read, trace and color their posters.

Christmas Sight Word Worksheets

These printable Christmas Sight Word Games are almost NO PREP! Kids will read the word on the ‘Christmas tree card’ and then find the word on the printable, trace it and then colour the ornament on the tree.

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Christmas Free Sight Word Worksheets. Looking for some fun seasonal worksheets? Kids will read, identify the sight word and trace it on the Christmas tree.

Dot Marker Sight Word Worksheets

Dot Marker Reading Sight Words for ESL Students – Fun FREE Dab a Dot Worksheet. These worksheets are perfect for ESL students.

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Sight Word Build a Burger Word Differentiation activities . These sight word cut and paste activities will engage and motivate your kids as they build ‘burgers’ by identifying the identical sight words on each part, cutting and pasting it on their worksheets.

Kindergarten sight words

There are so many different ways to learn letters of the sight words.

If you want to encourage kindergarten kids to learn their sight words in a fun way, here is a list of super fun printable activities to add to your planning.

Sight Word Activities and printables for kindergarten and preschool kids

These printables include fry sight words, Dolch sight word list up to second grade level.

If you prefer to navigate the posts in a list, here they are right here.

These kindergarten sight word worksheets are fun activities to add to your English language lesson planning or mainstream teaching.

Some of these activities can be used as flash cards, adding important words with different activities like a word search, or sight word practice pages, these would be certain to help develop more literacy skills.

Sight Word Practice Pages

When you want to practice sight words with an early reader, adding a fun worksheet like a mystery puzzle within a literacy center will make all the difference! The little learner will respond to these activities with such enthusiasm.

Halloween Free Sight Word Worksheets

Grab these super fun sight word tracing printables to get students working on their sight word reading and letter tracing skills in one activity. This is a Halloween themed resource!

Kids will love these super cute trace sight words worksheets ideas. The best part about these worksheets, is that they can be played in several ways.

Laminate these mats and use them with kids in preschool by getting the students to highlight or cover the word instead of trace over it.

Having a sight word game on hand, like one with missing letters would also help entice children to learn more sight words.

Look no further, these super cute printables are easy to use and practically no prep perfect for preschoolers and kinders.

Owl Free Sight Word Worksheets These  Owl Free Sight Word Worksheets  are the easiest way to engage and encourage kids to practice reading and recognising their sight words!

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Winter Sight Word Worksheets

Winter Free Sight Word Activities . These Hands-on  Winter Free Sight Word Worksheets  will engage ALL your kids no matter their level.

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They will read, search for and trace the matching sight word all with a fun hot cocoa theme!

Sight Word Playdough Worksheets

Sight Word Dough Mats Need a fun, tactile and engaging method to help little learners develop reading their sight words?

These  Sight Word Play Dough Mats  will do just that!


Kids will work on building each letter in their sight word, tracing and reading the sight word in context and writing the word independently all on one dry erase mat!

Sight Word Readers Interactive Tab Books.  Are you looking for some new sight word readers?

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These activity booklets include sight word fluency intervention that is FUN for kids! Each booklet includes activities to get the students reading, tracing, and finally writing the word independently.

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Of course, it all depends on reading skills, so use the activity printables for sight words that your kindergarten students can complete.

Sight Word Cut and Paste Worksheets

Sight Word cut and paste worksheets are perfect for when you need quick printables and activities to help your students learn sight word reading fluency.

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Penguin Sight Word Spin and Color

Free Sight Word Spin Read and Color Penguin Themed Blog Post: looking for some new ways to to get students reading their sight words? These fun printable pages offer some variety in their daily sight word practice!

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They spin the words on the penguin using a paper clip and a pencil and then read the word the clip is pointing to, they finally color the word.

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2 Free “The” Sight Word Worksheets -Easy Download!

When teaching a child to read, it is essential that you teach both sight words and phonics.   Sight words are especially critical because they occur so frequently in the materials that little people read.  Today I have 2 free  “ The” sight word worksheets download for you.  This is a sample page of our larger sight word packet that contains all of the dolch sight words.

Sight words are (usually) words that are difficult to sound out.  Frequently words that children read can contain up to 80% of sight word text!  Because children have to read sight words so frequently, it is essential to make sure that children can read these words fluently (accurately and quickly).  When teaching sight words, though, you don’t want to just teach them using flash cards.  Children need to read sight words IN CONTEXT.   Sight words are more easily remembered and understood when you read them in the context of a sentence.

In addition,  it it great to practice writing sight words in the context of a sentence (or, cutting and pasting sight words into a sentence).  The more practice, the easier reading becomes!   If you differentiate the sight word activities, students will continue to have fun learning.   If you are looking for a fun game to play while learning sight words, consider Zingo!  It is just like Bingo, except with sight words.  My children love to play it!  I love that you can get it for different levels!

Zingo Sight Words

The “The” Sight word worksheet has a few activities to help students read and write the word fluently.  On the worksheet, students are asked to read, trace, write, spell, color and write a sentence using the sight word.  To get your free sight word worksheet, enter in your email into the form below.  The worksheet will be automatically emailed to you. If you have any trouble, please email me at [email protected]

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In addition, we offer some really great sight word mini fluency books. Here is some information on our two favorite sight word products:

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Madreen Karle is a master first grade reading teacher with over 30 years of classroom experience. She taught reading in a special needs and English as a Second Language classroom. After retiring she wrote a reading program to help others learn how to teach reading. She is a trusted educator and author of  5 books to help teach children  to read and write. In addition to her books, she is a mentor for 3 websites that give reading teacher tips ( Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading ,  Mrs. Karle’s Reading Patch , and  Mrs. Karle’s Handwriting Patch ). Through her teaching she learned that confidence was the key to learning to read. A child who is not confident at reading does not like to read and struggles to read. Mrs. Karle created “sunshine moments” to help teach children how to grow their confidence and learn to read. Meeghan Karle Mousaw (Madreen’s daughter) has her Master’s in Special Education. She has 8 years experience teaching children to read online. In addition, she developed a curriculum to teach children handwriting called  The Handwriting Patch . With the Handwriting Patch learning is fun because children learn to draw and learn handwriting at the same time. In 2019 The  Handwriting Patch curriculum became an amazon best seller  the first year it was released, helping thousands of kids learn handwriting with a unique, fun method. She is mom to 6 kids, each with differently learning abilities and struggles. The  Reading Patch  was established by the creators of  Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading . Together they have been featured on the NBC media outlets and Parents Magazine online. Over the last 8 years in their online platform, Madreen and Meeghan have worked tirelessly with teachers, homeschoolers and parents looking to help children learn to read to become a trusted authority in teaching children to read and advocating early literacy skills. They often partner with other educational experts to deliver the most current information to the Reading Patch community.

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Sight Word The Worksheets

It’s one of the first words your child needs to read: the. Use these sight word the worksheets to make learning this word easy and interactive.

When children begin to read sentences, they need to know this word:

And it’s not really an easy word for an early reader. Fortunately, you can teach it to your child or students in a way that will stick.

These sight word the worksheets help make the word stick.

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You can grab these three free worksheets for the sight word “the:”

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  • Dot the worksheet

These worksheets are for your personal home use or individual classroom use only. You may not post them anywhere online, resell them, widely distribute them across a whole school, or anything else sketchy.  Thank you for your kindness and respect.

Please send people back to this page if you want to share the worksheets.

Sight Words Vs. High-Frequency Words

When people say sight words, they generally mean high-frequency words.

In reality, a sight word is ANY word you can read instantly. If you can read establishment and disembark without sounding them out, those are sight words for you.

Your brain used a process called orthographic mapping to connect the sounds to letters.

High-frequency words are those little functional words that are essential in sentences like:

I still call them sight words because that seems to make the most sense to my students and their parents. But just know that every word has the capacity to be a sight word.

Can you sound out the word the?

Here’s the truth: at least 60% of sight words, or high-frequency words, are completely decodable with phonics. This means your child doesn’t need to memorize them.

It’s way more efficient to spend time teaching letter sounds and letting them practice blending words than to memorize those words.

But even the word “the” can be sounded out!

  • th spells the voiced /th/ sound spelled with digraph th
  • e spells the /uh/ sound commonly called schwa

The problem is this:

  • most teachers and parents didn’t get taught enough about English to know this.
  • children need to learn “the” before digraphs and schwa are normally taught.

But you can still introduce these ideas to your child so they understand that words can be sounded out, or decoded.

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Which Sight Words Should I teach First?

That depends! There is not a lot of research about teaching sight words in any particular order. Instead, there are theories and various programs.

Personally, I want my kindergarten reading students to read decodable texts as soon as possible. In order to do that, they need to learn a handful of sounds and some sight words.

Reading Rockets states that about 10-15 sight words should taught prior to phonics instruction. However, I teach them alongside phonics and help my students learn the decodable parts.

The words I recommend be taught early and reviewed often are:

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Mapping the Sight Word The Worksheet

This worksheet is very helpful for teaching your child about the sounds in the word “the.”

It promotes a process called orthographic mapping. Instead of memorizing, your child’s brain is connecting speech sounds to print. It truly is the brain-based way to read.

These important steps are not on the worksheet:

  • Say the word “the” aloud for your child or student to hear.
  • Ask them to repeat the word.

It is critical your child says and hears the word. Do not overlook this step.

Then you follow the steps on the worksheet:

Count the sounds

  • Map the letters that spell the sounds
  • Spell the word twice

Read the word

After you have said the word “the” aloud, you will count the sounds. The has two sounds: /th/ and /uh/.

You instruct your child to color in two thumbs. Then they can point to each thumb and repeat the sounds /th/ and /uh/.

Map the letters

Next, you will map the letters that spell those sounds in the boxes. I like to color code at this point with a red, yellow, and green crayon or marker.

On a worksheet, a whiteboard, or a scrap of paper, model the mapping for your child.

In the first box, write the spelling th for the /th/ sound. You can color code it green because this is a typical spelling.

Your child probably hasn’t learned it yet. So explain that th spells the /th/ sound.

In the second box, write the spelling e for the /uh/ sound.  You can color code with a red crayon.

The schwa sound is the most common vowel sound in English! It’s a lazy /uh/ or /ih/ and usually is in a multi-syllable word.  You can tell your child this is the part they will need to remember since it isn’t a normal spelling.

Write the word

After that, your child will spell or write the word on the two sets of lines.

You might think, “My child already wrote the letters, why do they need to rewrite it?”

Great question.

Writing it together as a whole word is one more way to solidify it in permanent memory. Plus, your child needs to see the letters together.

Finally, make sure your child reads the word. Again, you might think, “What’s the point?”

Every opportunity they have to connect the sounds to the letters at this point is important.

Reading it gives them the chance to map the word in their memory so they can retrieve it instantly.

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Color Coding Sight Word

I am a huge proponent of color-coding sight words. Color coding is an evidence-based strategy for aiding memory. I think it helps recall the easy and hard parts more quickly.

When color coding, I used red, green, and yellow. Children can all associate with the stoplight colors:

  • Green means go
  • Yellow means slow down
  • Red means stop.

In sight words, I say:

  • Green is a completely typical spelling for the sound,
  • Yellow is for more advanced spellings my child or students haven’t learned yet, and
  • Red is for unexpected and irregular spellings for the sound

As I mentioned above, the is two sounds:

  • /th/ spelled th
  • /uh/ spelled e

You can color-code the word the sound-spellings

  • Green for th because it is typical for /th/
  • Red for e because it’s unexpected for /uh/

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Spelling Sight Words Worksheet

After mapping a word, it’s good to give children a lot of practice applying how to write the word.

This sight word worksheet allows your child to:

  • color code the word
  • trace the word
  • write the word
  • fill-in-the blanks to sentences
  • write their own sentence

Writing the word in context improves recall. Our brains need to connect letters to sounds, and then the word to meaning. So using context helps with this piece.

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Sight Word The Reading Worksheet

Along with writing the sight word the, I want my children and students to have to practice reading it.

In this Dot the Sight Word Worksheet, your child:

  • Color codes the word the
  • Reads the words in the circles
  • Dabs the circles with “the” with a Do-a-Dot Markers

Supplies for Sight Word Worksheets

You only need a few supplies for these worksheets, and you probably already have them at home!

  • Do-a-Dot markers
  • Crayons, markers, and/or colored pencils

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Make sure to download these free worksheets today. Your child and you will be reading and spelling the word the in no time.

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All of the worksheets in this free sight word download are samples from a variety of sight word printables in the Printable Parents’ Shop.

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Mapping Sight Words Worksheets

This bundle of worksheets includes sight words with short vowels like has and his and words with digraphs like what and them. Like demonstrated above, your child will map, color code, read and write the sights words on these interactive worksheets.

It includes 78 words with over 120 pages of practice. Grab Mapping the Sight Words here or find it on Teachers Pay Teachers.

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Read, Spell, and Write Sight Words Worksheets

This comprehensive resource will get your child reading, writing, and spelling their sight words. It includes all 220 of the Dolch sight word list.

Like modeled above, children will:

  • Read and color code a word
  • Trace the word
  • Spell it on the lines
  • Complete two sentences using the words
  • Create a sentence of their own.

It has 343 pages of skill-building for your young reader and writer. Get Read, Spell, and Write the Sight Words in the shop.

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Dab and Dot the Sight Words

This resource is a steal for what you get. All 220 of the Dolch sight words are broken into 11 lists of 20 words. You can bind them with an optional cover to make a little workbook for your child.

You can use Do-A-Dot Markers to dab the circles or just color with crayons or markers. Make sure to color code the bubble lights like demonstrated above.

Grab Dot the Sight Words here or on Teachers Pay Teachers.

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FREE St. Patrick's Day Worksheets for Kindergarten

S t. Patrick's Day is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than with engaging and educational worksheets for kindergarten students? These activities are not only festive but also provide a valuable learning experience for young minds. In this blog post, we'll explore a variety of St. Patrick's Day worksheets perfect for kindergarten-aged children, and we'll discuss creative ways teachers and parents can use these worksheets to enhance the learning process.

There are so many fun holiday St Patrick's Day activities for people of all ages to use for plenty of March 17th.   10 St. Patrick's Day Coloring page options for free,  older children will enjoy these St. Patrick's Day Color by division printables, 6 St. Patrick's Day Activity pack printable set ,  color by number activities, and these  I spy printables as well.   St. Patrick's Day Hide and Seek printables are a way to add extra fun too!

Families or educators looking for St. Patrick's Day books will enjoy reading these  board books for babies and toddler s, these picture books for St. Patricks' Day , and St. Patrick's Day books about leprechauns. 

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with Fun and Educational Worksheets for Kindergarten

List of Great Kindergarten Worksheets for st patricks day activities

Coloring Pages and Sheets with Shamrocks :

These coloring pages feature a variety of St. Patrick's Day symbols, including shamrocks, four-leaf clovers, pots of gold, and little leprechauns. The goal is to encourage creativity and fine motor skills as children use crayons, markers, or colored pencils to bring the festive images to life. This happy st. patricks day activity not only provides an outlet for artistic expression but also helps improve hand-eye coordination in a color by number free worksheets version as well.   happy st. patricks day activity are great for Pre-K or early elementary school classrooms, especially Kindergarten classrooms, who are learning to recognize numbers.  This is a great way to work on numbers and hand eye coordination with coloring at the same time on these St. Patrick's Day color by number printable sheets.

2. Number Recognition and Counting: 

In this St. Patrick's Day Printables option, gold coin images are used to make counting a delightful experience. Students are tasked with counting the coins and practicing number recognition simultaneously. The engaging St. Patrick's Day theme, featuring coins often associated with leprechauns and pots of gold, adds a fun twist to basic math skills, making it an interactive and enjoyable learning activity for younger students.

3. Letter Matching with Lucky Letters: 

This worksheet focuses on enhancing language skills by incorporating St. Patrick's Day-themed images. Children are presented with uppercase and lowercase letters alongside images like shamrocks or leprechauns. The task is to match the letters correctly with the corresponding images, promoting letter recognition and association in a playful context.

4. Pattern Recognition: 

Introducing patterns through the colorful and vibrant images associated with St. Patrick's Day, this activity encourages kids to identify and extend patterns using different colors. Whether it's recognizing a simple AB pattern or a more complex ABC pattern, this worksheet adds a visual and thematic element to pattern recognition, making it more engaging for young learners.

5. Word Tracing with St. Patrick's Day Vocabulary:

 This literacy-focused worksheet incorporates St. Patrick's Day vocabulary like "leprechaun," "shamrock," and "pot of gold." Children are prompted to trace and write these words, helping them build letter formation and spelling skills. The St. Patrick's Day theme makes the learning experience more enjoyable and relevant as kindergarten students work on literacy skills.  

6. Count and Graph St. Patrick's Day: 

Combining math and art, this activity involves counting various St. Patrick's Day elements such as clovers and hats and then creating a simple bar graph to display the findings. This hands-on approach not only reinforces counting skills but also introduces the concept of graphing, turning a math lesson into a creative and visual experience.

7. St. Patrick's Day Skip Counting Worksheet:

 This worksheet is designed to reinforce skip counting skills with a festive St. Patrick's Day theme. The layout may include rows of leprechaun hats, shamrocks, or pots of gold, each labeled with a number. Students are then prompted to fill in the blanks by skip counting by a specific number (e.g., counting by 2s, 5s, or 10s). The engaging visuals related to St. Patrick's Day make the skip counting practice both enjoyable and educational.

8. St. Patty's Day Subtraction Page: 

This worksheet focuses on subtraction skills while incorporating St. Patrick's Day elements. It may feature illustrations such as clovers, leprechaun hats, or gold coins alongside subtraction problems. Students are tasked with solving the problems and writing or circling the correct answers. The St. Patrick's Day theme adds a touch of fun to the math practice, making subtraction more engaging for kindergarten students.

9. St. Patrick's Day Simple Maze:

 The St. Patrick's Day simple maze worksheet provides a playful and holiday-themed activity for young learners. The maze may include images like leprechaun hats, shamrocks, or rainbows. Students are encouraged to navigate through the maze, connecting the starting point to the endpoint. This is one of the most simple printable activities to do and not only enhances fine motor skills but also adds an element of excitement to the celebration of St. Patrick's Day.

10. Sight Words / St. Patrick's Day Words:  

Here is a list of 10 St. Patrick's Day-themed sight words suitable for kindergarten students:

These Saint Patrick's Day words are not only related to St. Patrick's Day but also provide an opportunity for young learners to practice and reinforce essential sight word recognition skills. Incorporating these words into reading and writing activities can make the learning process both festive and educational.

11. Happy St. Patrick's Day Word Search

As the festive spirit of St. Patrick's Day approaches, what better way to celebrate than with a themed word search? Whether you're a teacher looking for a classroom activity, a parent organizing a family gathering, or just someone who enjoys a good puzzle, our St. Patrick's Day Word Searches and Printable is the perfect addition to your celebration plans. In this blog post, I'll guide you on where and how to use this fun St. Patrick's Day free printable word search to ensure a delightful and engaging experience for kids of all ages and are available for automatic download.  Happy St. Patrick's Day!  

How Teachers Can Use These St. Patrick's Day printable interactive Worksheets:

Themed Learning Centers:  Set up St. Patrick's Day-themed learning centers in classrooms or at home, rotating between different worksheets to keep activities fresh and engaging.

Group Activities:  Foster collaboration and social skills by organizing group activities where children can work together on specific fun st. patrick's day worksheets.  

Homework Assignments:  Reinforce learning outside the classroom by assigning themed math worksheets as homework, encouraging family involvement and extending the celebration.  These st patrick's day printables provide extra practice while having so much fun.  

Integration with Storytime:  Enhance the St. Patrick's Day experience by incorporating related stories into the lesson and having corresponding worksheets for hands-on reinforcement. Families or educators looking for St. Patrick's Day books will enjoy reading these  board books for babies and toddler s, these picture books for St. Patricks' Day , and St. Patrick's Day books about leprechauns. 

Using St. Patrick's Day worksheets at home for a 5-6 year old can be a fun and educational way to celebrate the holiday. Here are some suggestions on how parents and families can incorporate these worksheets into their at-home activities:

Create a St. Patrick's Day Learning Station:

Set up a designated area at home as a St. Patrick's Day learning station. Gather coloring materials, pencils, and the St. Patrick's Day worksheets for your child to use whenever they want to engage in a holiday-themed activity.

Morning or Afternoon Routine:

Integrate St. Patrick's Day worksheets into your child's daily routine. Whether it's during breakfast or after lunch, allocate a specific time for these activities to create a sense of routine and excitement.

Family Activity Time:

Turn St. Patrick's Day worksheet completion into a family activity. Sit down together and work on the worksheets, discussing the holiday symbols and concepts. This can be a great opportunity for quality family time.

Themed Arts and Crafts:

Combine St. Patrick's Day worksheets with arts and crafts. After completing a worksheet, extend the learning by creating related crafts, such as leprechaun hats, shamrock collages, or rainbow paintings.

Outdoor Exploration:

Take the learning outdoors by incorporating St. Patrick's Day worksheets into a scavenger hunt. Hide worksheets or worksheet-related items in the yard or around the house, and have your child find them while exploring.

Storytime Connection:

Read St. Patrick's Day-themed books together and use the worksheets as a follow-up activity. Discuss the stories and characters, and then engage in related worksheet exercises to reinforce the concepts introduced in the books.

Math and Literacy Games:

Turn St. Patrick's Day worksheets into games. For example, use the Count and Graph worksheet to play a game where your child rolls a dice, counts the dots, and then adds a corresponding element to the graph.

Celebratory Treats:

Connect St. Patrick's Day worksheets with a special treat. After completing a set of worksheets, celebrate with a themed snack or treat, reinforcing positive associations with learning.

Virtual Celebrations:

If extended family members are not physically present, consider incorporating virtual elements. Share completed worksheets with relatives through video calls, allowing your child to showcase their St. Patrick's Day creations.

Personalized Learning Journey:

Tailor the use of worksheets to your child's interests and pace. If they particularly enjoy certain activities, find additional resources or create your own worksheets with a St. Patrick's Day theme to cater to their preferences.

Remember, the key is to make the learning experience enjoyable and interactive. By integrating St. Patrick's Day worksheets into your at-home routine, you can create a festive and educational environment for your 5-6 year old.


St. Patrick's Day is an excellent opportunity to combine festive celebrations with educational activities for kindergarten students. These free st. patrick's day worksheets not only add a touch of fun to the holiday but also contribute to the development of crucial skills in young learners. Whether in the classroom or at home, these engaging activities will undoubtedly make St. Patrick's Day a memorable and enriching experience for kindergarten-aged children and their favorite holiday!

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FREE St. Patrick's Day Worksheets for Kindergarten

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In Word, you can create a form that others can fill out and save or print.  To do this, you will start with baseline content in a document, potentially via a form template.  Then you can add content controls for elements such as check boxes, text boxes, date pickers, and drop-down lists. Optionally, these content controls can be linked to database information.  Following are the recommended action steps in sequence.  

Show the Developer tab

In Word, be sure you have the Developer tab displayed in the ribbon.  (See how here:  Show the developer tab .)

Open a template or a blank document on which to base the form

You can start with a template or just start from scratch with a blank document.

Start with a form template

Go to File > New .

In the  Search for online templates  field, type  Forms or the kind of form you want. Then press Enter .

In the displayed results, right-click any item, then select  Create. 

Start with a blank document 

Select Blank document .

Add content to the form

Go to the  Developer  tab Controls section where you can choose controls to add to your document or form. Hover over any icon therein to see what control type it represents. The various control types are described below. You can set properties on a control once it has been inserted.

To delete a content control, right-click it, then select Remove content control  in the pop-up menu. 

Note:  You can print a form that was created via content controls. However, the boxes around the content controls will not print.

Insert a text control

The rich text content control enables users to format text (e.g., bold, italic) and type multiple paragraphs. To limit these capabilities, use the plain text content control . 

Click or tap where you want to insert the control.

Rich text control button

To learn about setting specific properties on these controls, see Set or change properties for content controls .

Insert a picture control

A picture control is most often used for templates, but you can also add a picture control to a form.

Picture control button

Insert a building block control

Use a building block control  when you want users to choose a specific block of text. These are helpful when you need to add different boilerplate text depending on the document's specific purpose. You can create rich text content controls for each version of the boilerplate text, and then use a building block control as the container for the rich text content controls.

building block gallery control

Select Developer and content controls for the building block.

Developer tab showing content controls

Insert a combo box or a drop-down list

In a combo box, users can select from a list of choices that you provide or they can type in their own information. In a drop-down list, users can only select from the list of choices.

combo box button

Select the content control, and then select Properties .

To create a list of choices, select Add under Drop-Down List Properties .

Type a choice in Display Name , such as Yes , No , or Maybe .

Repeat this step until all of the choices are in the drop-down list.

Fill in any other properties that you want.

Note:  If you select the Contents cannot be edited check box, users won’t be able to click a choice.

Insert a date picker

Click or tap where you want to insert the date picker control.

Date picker button

Insert a check box

Click or tap where you want to insert the check box control.

Check box button

Use the legacy form controls

Legacy form controls are for compatibility with older versions of Word and consist of legacy form and Active X controls.

Click or tap where you want to insert a legacy control.

Legacy control button

Select the Legacy Form control or Active X Control that you want to include.

Set or change properties for content controls

Each content control has properties that you can set or change. For example, the Date Picker control offers options for the format you want to use to display the date.

Select the content control that you want to change.

Go to Developer > Properties .

Controls Properties  button

Change the properties that you want.

Add protection to a form

If you want to limit how much others can edit or format a form, use the Restrict Editing command:

Open the form that you want to lock or protect.

Select Developer > Restrict Editing .

Restrict editing button

After selecting restrictions, select Yes, Start Enforcing Protection .

Restrict editing panel

Advanced Tip:

If you want to protect only parts of the document, separate the document into sections and only protect the sections you want.

To do this, choose Select Sections in the Restrict Editing panel. For more info on sections, see Insert a section break .

Sections selector on Resrict sections panel

If the developer tab isn't displayed in the ribbon, see Show the Developer tab .

Open a template or use a blank document

To create a form in Word that others can fill out, start with a template or document and add content controls. Content controls include things like check boxes, text boxes, and drop-down lists. If you’re familiar with databases, these content controls can even be linked to data.

Go to File > New from Template .

New from template option

In Search, type form .

Double-click the template you want to use.

Select File > Save As , and pick a location to save the form.

In Save As , type a file name and then select Save .

Start with a blank document

Go to File > New Document .

New document option

Go to File > Save As .

Go to Developer , and then choose the controls that you want to add to the document or form. To remove a content control, select the control and press Delete. You can set Options on controls once inserted. From Options, you can add entry and exit macros to run when users interact with the controls, as well as list items for combo boxes, .

Adding content controls to your form

In the document, click or tap where you want to add a content control.

On Developer , select Text Box , Check Box , or Combo Box .

Developer tab with content controls

To set specific properties for the control, select Options , and set .

Repeat steps 1 through 3 for each control that you want to add.

Set options

Options let you set common settings, as well as control specific settings. Select a control and then select Options to set up or make changes.

Set common properties.

Select Macro to Run on lets you choose a recorded or custom macro to run on Entry or Exit from the field.

Bookmark Set a unique name or bookmark for each control.

Calculate on exit This forces Word to run or refresh any calculations, such as total price when the user exits the field.

Add Help Text Give hints or instructions for each field.

OK Saves settings and exits the panel.

Cancel Forgets changes and exits the panel.

Set specific properties for a Text box

Type Select form Regular text, Number, Date, Current Date, Current Time, or Calculation.

Default text sets optional instructional text that's displayed in the text box before the user types in the field. Set Text box enabled to allow the user to enter text into the field.

Maximum length sets the length of text that a user can enter. The default is Unlimited .

Text format can set whether text automatically formats to Uppercase , Lowercase , First capital, or Title case .

Text box enabled Lets the user enter text into a field. If there is default text, user text replaces it.

Set specific properties for a Check box .

Default Value Choose between Not checked or checked as default.

Checkbox size Set a size Exactly or Auto to change size as needed.

Check box enabled Lets the user check or clear the text box.

Set specific properties for a Combo box

Drop-down item Type in strings for the list box items. Press + or Enter to add an item to the list.

Items in drop-down list Shows your current list. Select an item and use the up or down arrows to change the order, Press - to remove a selected item.

Drop-down enabled Lets the user open the combo box and make selections.

Protect the form

Go to Developer > Protect Form .

Protect form button on the Developer tab

Note:  To unprotect the form and continue editing, select Protect Form again.

Save and close the form.

Test the form (optional)

If you want, you can test the form before you distribute it.

Protect the form.

Reopen the form, fill it out as the user would, and then save a copy.

Creating fillable forms isn’t available in Word for the web.

You can create the form with the desktop version of Word with the instructions in Create a fillable form .

When you save the document and reopen it in Word for the web, you’ll see the changes you made.


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