This worksheet is a learning activity centered on the sight word “hi.” It provides a large, bold version of the word for the student to read, followed by dotted letters for tracing to practice handwriting. There’s a blank area for writing the word independently, and a “Rainbow Write the Word” space for colorful writing practice. Additionally, there are illustrations of children and animals with empty speech bubbles, where students are prompted to write the word “hi” as if the characters are greeting someone.
The worksheet’s goal is to familiarize students with the sight word “hi,” which is a basic component of social interaction and communication. Through tracing and writing “hi,” students develop their handwriting skills and learn to recognize the word by sight, an essential skill for early reading development. The rainbow writing activity encourages creativity and helps solidify the word in memory by engaging with it in a colorful, multisensory way. Writing “hi” in speech bubbles allows students to apply the word in a conversational context, enhancing their understanding of its use in everyday communication.