Learning Resources Sight Word Swat a Sight Word Game, Visual, Tactile and Auditory Learning, 114 Pieces, Ages 5+

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Encourage kids to discover the 220 most commonly used sight words with this fun and fast-paced game. Specially designed to teach the top Dolch sight words, sight word SWAT challenges kids to see, SWAT, and learn! They’ll think they’re just playing, but parents and teachers will know they’re actually Learning. Set features various game instructions

Categories: Games

$13.19Amazon.com Price
(as of October 22, 2019 5:21 pm GMT+0000 - Details)

Added on: October 22, 2019 - More: Comments & Reviews


Product Description


Encourage kids to discover the 220 most commonly used sight words with this fun and fast-paced game. Specially designed to teach the top Dolch sight words, sight word SWAT challenges kids to see, SWAT, and learn! They’ll think they’re just playing, but parents and teachers will know they’re actually Learning. Set features various game instructions for 1-4 players. Includes 110 double-sided sight-word flies and 4 colorful swatters measuring 9”L each.

Product Features

  • Build reading, spelling, and vocabulary skills with this fun, challenging game
  • Teaches the top 220 Dolch sight words
  • Set includes 110 double-sided sight word flies, 4 colorful swatters
  • Swatters measure 9″L each
  • Perfect for ages 5 and up
Anonymous says:

Great quality! My son enjoyed them

Customer Video Review Length:: 1:07 Mins Great quality! My son enjoyed them. Different colors for different levels. They are 2-sided & you are given a good amount of words.

Anonymous says:

Good for Learning, but Needs Improvements The game is well made and a good learning tool. However, it isn’t parent friendly. The double-sided aspect of the cards makes it impossible to organize and store cards according to different reading levels. You can put all the blue cards in one bag to pull out for easy use, but the blue cards may have red, orange, purple or green levels on the back…so you can’t store the other cards according to reading level for easy use. It would have made more sense to put only one reading color on the…

Anonymous says:

Great for a 5 year old boy just learning reading concepts So far we are enjoying it. I play this effectively on ‘single player’ with my son. Because he is so prone to just guess I quickly came up with the rule that he goes first but if he guesses I get the turn to swat. With each word we quickly talk about clues ton sounding out the word. He’s pretty excited about hitting the cards. I think I may include some kind of prize box for successfully beating me 10 times – just to keep it rewarding for him. We enjoy it and it’s built well.

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