Using this worksheet, you should be able to determine how well your children can identify colors and pet animals. The tracing sheet requires that your child read the sentences Harry has made about his pets, and then follow the dotted lines to the correct image of Harry and all his pets. First, help your child to read aloud the sentences, following the dotted lines to the next sentence. After reading all the sentences describing the colors of the pets, ask your child to correct the correct picture of Harry and all his pets.
Who says basic reading comprehension and directionality skills can't be fun? This adorable PDF worksheet is a perfect way to offer your emerging reader some comprehension and directionality skill-building in a fun way. They'll get to use the pictures and read the clues to decide which of the rooms is actually Mary's. Using the traceable lines to follow, they'll feel like little private investigators. What they're really doing is building directionality skills as they follow from left to right, and working on fine motor skills too. Shhh, you can just let them think they're having fun!
If you want to get a good idea of whether your beginning reader has grasped the important directionality concept of reading from left to right, as well as whether or not they're able to use details from informational texts, this colorful worksheet is a great way to do so! Your child can use the colored traceable lines to follow the path for each sentence that gives clues as to which picture they're looking for. When they're done, they'll be able to use what they read to find the right picture and they'll feel super successful as new readers!
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