The Dolch Sight word list contains both Dolch Sight Word List service words and the nouns listed below. (Service words are those used very frequently like the, we, you, am, again, always.)
When students learn to spell both the service words and the nouns below, they will be equipped to write interesting sentences and stories confidently.
A - apple
B - baby, back, ball, bear, bed, bell, bird, birthday, boat, box, boy, bread, brother
C - cake, car, cat, chair, chicken, children, Christmas, coat, corn, cow
D - day, dog, doll, door, duck
E - egg, eye
F -farm, farmer, father, feet, fire, fish, floor, flower
G - game, garden, girl, good-bye, grass, ground,
H - hand, head, hill, home, horse, house
K - kitty
L - leg, letter
M - man, men, milk, money, morning, mother
N - name, nest, night
P - paper, party, picture, pig
R - rabbit, rain, ring, robin
S - Santa Claus, school, seed, sheep, shoe, sister, snow, song, squirrel, stick, street, sun
T - table, thing, time, top, toy, tree
W - watch, water, way, wind, window, wood
Try these two simple ways for your students to practice reading, writing and spelling the nouns in this Dolch sight word list:
1) Ask the student to write three of these nouns on his paper and draw a picture for each one. Then ask him to write the noun two more times under each picture.
2) Give students a list of 5-10 nouns, each beginning with
a different letter of the alphabet. Ask the student
first copy your list, then write the words again in
We have many more sight word resources and spelling helps, including these:
Sight Words Worksheets - This simple, appealing worksheets provide important practice in recognizing some of the Dolch nouns. They'll also need to pay close attention to correct spelling.
Sight Word Games:
Love the Letters! - Three fun activities for partners using any sight words.
Tic-Tac-Toe Sight Word Game - A simple, fun format that kids can use over and over with any sight words.
Sight Word Lists: