Does your child know and understand the alphabet properly? Ask them to recite the complete alphabet, and then ask them to recite the alphabet with words they stand for. For example; A for apple, B for boy. Now, look at this simple worksheet and identify the objects pictured. Now, ask your child which of the objects begins with the letter “f”. Circle the correct picture that begins with the letter.
If your students are already advanced with their spelling, this worksheet will be easy-peasy for them. Before beginning the exercise, ask them if they can identify the objects that are pictured. Then, ask your students if they can spell these words for you. Now, instruct them to look among the letters under each of the objects, and help them circle the letters for the word that matches the picture.
This worksheet aims to test your children’s spelling skills. In the printout, there is a picture of an object, and different variations of its spelling, with only one being right. Ask your child what the picture in the text stands for. Then, ask them if they can correctly spell the word. Look through the options underneath the image and carefully circle the spelling that is correct.
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