Frog Hop Sight Word Game

This frog hop sight word game is a super fun and active way to learn sight words! It’s a great way to work on jumping and other gross motor skills as well.

This frog sight word game is a great way for preschool and kindergarten students to practice reading sight words in a fun and active way! A great gross motor activity as well!

My son had an awesome time playing this game! He really got into it and learned a lot at the same time. It’s also a fantastic exercise. Both of my kids were hopping and jumping the entire time.

Setting Up the Sight Word Game

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  1. Draw lily pads with green sidewalk chalk all over the driveway or play surface you are using.
  2. Use the darker sidewalk chalk to write sight words on the lily pads.

Lily pad sight word hop game for preschool and kindergarten.

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Frog Hop Sight Word Game

This game is very easy to play. All you need to do is call out a word and your child will jump on the corresponding lily pad. This continues for as long as you and your child would like to play.

A fun sight word game that gets kids moving and developing gross motor skills!

My son had an absolute blast jumping from one lily pad to the next. He really liked trying to see how high he could jump each time. What’s funny is that we realized I was catching him mid-air while taking pics, so he would do a big jump and then look at my camera screen to see how high it was. He got a real kick out of that.

Hop like a frog and learn sight words at the same time! This sight word game is perfect for spring and summer.

Another fun thing to do while playing this game, is to call out the sight words faster and faster. My son loved jumping quickly from word to word.

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Frog hop game for toddlers. This is a great way for them to develop gross motor skills and learn things like letters, shapes and numbers.

My toddler even got in on the activity. She simply enjoyed hopping on the lily pads. You could make this activity suitable for younger children by writing letters, shapes, or numbers on the lily pads instead of sight words.

I love that it is so easy to set this up any time we want. I’m sure we’ll be doing it again this spring!

This frog hop sight word game is such a fun for kids to learn to read sight words!

Here are some more sight word activities for kids.

Building Sight Words with LEGO

LEGO Sight Word Towers

Sight Words with Alphabet Stamps