Hop on Pop Sight Word Game

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This activity was so easy to make and the kids enjoyed it much more than I thought they did. All I did was write some of the words from the book “Hop on Pop” on pieces of paper and lay them out over the floor.

Then I called out “Einstein, hop on ‘three'” or “Snuggle Puppy, hop on ‘house'” and they would ‘hop’ onto the word. It became quite funny, almost like a game of Twister once all five of them were on the ‘board’ because trying to hop onto the words became a bit more challenging with their siblings in the way!








All the kids wanted a turn to “Hop on ‘Pop'” so it became a challenge for me to arrange everyone in such a way that the ‘pop’ word was empty and the child who hadn’t had their turn yet had easy enough access to it! They did all get a turn and in the meantime, we were able to reinforce sight word concepts.

If you are planning some Dr. Seuss fun, you may want to check out our Dr. Seuss muffin tin meal and Dr. Seuss writing activity (which includes a free printable). You may also want to check out my Dr. Seuss Pinterest board.


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