# Normal Knowledge Check worksheets activities for Ages 4-9

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## Rhyming Words: Assessment Worksheet

Help Little Red Riding Hood find rhyming words with "red". Download and print this worksheet. Have your child circle the rhyming words and pictures. Get them to say each word out loud and compare it to the word "red". When they're done, review the answers and talk about any words that don't rhyme.
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## Matter: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Have your children learn that anything that has weight and takes up space is matter. Examples include buses, tables, people, animals, and more. Use this worksheet to help them identify the objects and circle the soft, red, and small one; the liquid; and the smooth, black, and round one.
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## Force and Interactions: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Test your students' knowledge of pushing, pulling, ramps and wind with this worksheet. The first task requires them to identify push or pull pictures. The second asks them to identify a ramp and the third to explain which direction a ball will move when exposed to wind.
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## Multiplication Facts: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Teach your kids math with diligence, patience and practice. This colorful worksheet helps by matching addition and multiplication sentences, then checking the equation that matches each array. Perfect for kids having difficulty or to give extra practice. Help your little ones master mathematics with this printout.
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## Let's Check Long Vowels: Assessment Worksheet

This worksheet helps your child identify objects and learn long vowel sounds. Ask them to say the names of the four objects in each row. Then, help them check the boxes to confirm they know the long vowel sounds. This will help them develop their reading skills.
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## Finding the Details and Connections: Assessment 2 Worksheet

Does your child love animals? If you have pets, they'll relate to the text in this worksheet. Read it aloud to them and help them answer the simple questions by circling yes or no. The story is about a dog and cat living on a farm. Let your child read it aloud to you if they can.
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## Synonyms or Antonyms: Assessment Worksheet

Test your child's knowledge with this fun worksheet! Ask them to read the words and select if they are synonyms or antonyms - e.g. 'happy' is a synonym and 'bad' is an antonym. For an extra challenge, ask them to provide two synonyms and two antonyms for each word.
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## Fractions: Assessment 2 Worksheet

Help your kids understand fractions better with this worksheet. Ask them to complete the fraction statements using the fraction models on the left and then check the correct numerators. This can help clear up any confusion they may have with fractions and fraction models.
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## Multiplication Facts: Assessment 3 Worksheet

Test your kid's maths skills with this easy to use worksheet! Help them check the box that matches the equation in the first part, then read each word problem and underline the right answers to the second part. Assess your child's muliplication knowledge and find out where they need extra help.
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## Space: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Introduce Kyle and his moon journal to your kids! Ask if they know what it is, or if they keep one too. Together, look at Kyle's pics and help them identify the phases of the moon. Have them check off the correct name of each. It's a great way to get kids interested in space!
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## Vowel and Consonant Sounds: Assessment Worksheet

Test young elementary students on vowel and consonant sounds with this friendly phonics assessment worksheet. Get kids to name each image and look at the word underneath. Ask them to sound out the word, then circle the missing letter to complete. This will help assess their knowledge and skills!
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## Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 3 Worksheet

Silent letters can be tricky for kids learning to read and write. Show them how they work with words like 'knee' and 'dumb'. Then, challenge them to come up with their own. Give them a worksheet with silent letters and trace the lines to join the letters into words.
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## Let's Look! Assessment Worksheet

Have your child look at the picture in the printout and name the objects. Ask which ones are soft and hard and have them count the soft objects and circle the number. This worksheet will engage your child's thinking and teach them about texture.
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## Number Stories One More – Assessment 2 Worksheet

Tracing is a great activity for kids. They can count and trace numbers, recognize animals, and practice drawing on dotted lines. It's entertaining and educational, helping children learn valuable counting skills.
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## Counting and Numbers: Assessment Worksheet

Number line thinking is an essential math skill. Kids using this skill can compute math problems accurately and quickly. Our free assessment tests number line recognition; have your child pick the right number from the given options to follow the current number on the line. This assessment will give you an idea of their counting skills.
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## Questions About Informational Texts: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Ask your students: What comes to mind when we talk about a community? What different habits do people practice? What do fellow students do that seems strange? Read this passage aloud to your kindergartners and make sure they understand it. Then, answer the questions at the bottom of the page. (80 words)
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## Place Value: Assessment 3 Worksheet

Test your child's math skills without them realizing it! This fun worksheet looks at the states and regions of the U.S. and your child can compare numbers greater or lesser than the other. It's the perfect way to assess your child's number sense without them knowing.
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## Let's Check! Assessment Worksheet

Check your child's understanding of height with this worksheet. Ask them to sort the objects in order of size and identify the tallest and shortest member of the family in the picture. See if they can correctly arrange the items from tallest to shortest.
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## Vocabulary: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Want to check your child's vocabulary? This worksheet has kids identify objects from school through picture clues. It reinforces reading and fine motor skills, while providing an assessment of their reading growth and needs.
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## Craft and Structure: Assessment 2 Worksheet

Good readers need to analyze text features and use picture clues to understand. This assessment worksheet gives your child info in different formats and they can show understanding using answer options to check the correct answers. (80 words)
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## Spinosaurus Assessment Worksheet

Take your child on a journey to discover the Spinosaurus! This worksheet combines an engaging nonfiction passage about this incredible dinosaur with comprehension questions. Invite kids to read the text before deciding if the statements are true or false. Then, have them circle the right answers to complete the activity.
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## Forming Sentences: Assessment 2 Worksheet

A community is an area with different people, buildings and professionals. Ask students to list buildings in their area, then help find Sam. Describe where he is and check the boxes in the worksheet. At the bottom, help complete the sentences by checking the missing word.
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## Sounding it Out: Assessment Worksheet

Give your little learner a fun challenge with this downloadable worksheet! With pictures to guide them, have them name the images and then sound out the words in the same row. Be careful though, as they all contain the same amount of similarly sounding letters. Once the correct word has been found, have them circle it!
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## Ecosystems: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Before starting the worksheet, remind your child of the basics of the ecosystem, e.g. plants need light and winds carry small seeds. Encourage them to identify the images in the colorful printout. Ask them the questions and help them circle the correct answers.
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