# Attention to Detail Worksheets for Ages 7-9

Enhance your child's focus with our vibrant "Attention to Detail Worksheets" designed for ages 7-9. These engaging worksheets spread across various themes and activities, help kids sharpen their observational skills and improve accuracy. From spotting differences in elaborate pictures to completing intricate patterns, each activity challenges young minds to concentrate and observe meticulously. Developed by educational experts, these printable worksheets make learning fun while building critical cognitive skills essential for academic success. Perfect for both classroom and home settings, our attention to detail resources promise to keep children engaged and motivated while mastering the art of careful observation.

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Mental Math -Subtract and Add by 10

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## Hotel Mix-up Worksheet

Before doing this worksheet, explain to your kids what a hotel is. It's a building where guests can stay for a few days and pay for their stay. In this exercise, the hotel clerk needs help finding the correct keys. Have your kids circle words ending with -el to find the right ones.
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## Sorting Jewels Worksheet

Help your kids explore their pirate fantasies with this tracing sheet. Ask them to count the number of faces in each jewel and then trace the dotted line to the correct number. How many faces does a rectangle have? What about a triangle and a cone? This fun worksheet is a great way to teach your kids the basics of identifying the number of faces on shapes.
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## Stolen Cheese Case Maze Worksheet

Someone has stolen the cheese! Can your mathematician detective figure out who it is? Was it the dog, cat or mouse? Have them use traceable lines to skip count by 10 on this free PDF worksheet to solve the case. They'll be having fun and developing their skip-counting strategy at the same time!
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## Counting Seedlings Worksheet

Understanding math word problems is key. Multiple steps can prove challenging - this free worksheet provides one-to-one picture representation to help kids solve multi-step addition word problems. Strengthen addition skills by choosing the matching picture to the answer.
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## The Dog and His Bone Worksheet

Read the story of The Dog and His Bone to your kids, making sure they take in the details. Ask them the questions in this worksheet and help them check the answers. Encourage them to think carefully.
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## Woodpecker and Triangles Worksheet

Woodpeckers peck wood, and this printout helps kids learn about triangles. Ask your kindergartners to draw a triangle, then draw a line through the shapes that have a triangle in them to help the woodpecker get out of the maze.
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## Drummer Maze Worksheet

Enjoy! Kids Academy's new maze games are perfect for you and your little learners. Help the dog find the drum at the end of the maze! Once they reach it, you can play music together. Visit Kids Academy's website to find free printable mazes and other worksheets. Have fun!
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## Which is the Correct Sentence? Worksheet

Punctuation is crucial in sentence formation. If your kid still doesn't grasp it, bigger hurdles await when writing sentences. Get them to read simple sentences, then ask if they know the right punctuation. Assist them in selecting the sentence that has the accurate punctuation.
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## Colors: Assessment 2 Worksheet

Teach color words to young students to build fluency and confidence. Check knowledge with an assessment worksheet. Have students look at paint samples and circle the correct color word. This assessment helps parents and teachers measure a child’s accuracy when reading color words.
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## Look Carefully Worksheet

It's crucial to teach kids to identify sight words and become fluent readers. This free worksheet helps make it simpler for kids to learn the similarities and differences between similar words. They'll get practice by looking at the box word and selecting the one that matches from the row.
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## Which Character Worksheet

Kids learn best with stories, and this fun worksheet shows characters from popular tales. Like the tortoise who forgot hard work pays off, the cat defending its honor with wit, and the dog teaching a lesson about sharing. It's a great way to assess their understanding, and they'll be successful.
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## Direct Check: Puzzle 1 Worksheet

Your child can test their chess knowledge with this worksheet. If they've been taking lessons or playing regularly, they'll enjoy connecting the dots to put the white king in checkmate, then checking the correct notation. Challenge their chess skills!
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## Law and Order Coloring Page Worksheet

Uphold the law with this enjoyable coloring page! It reinforces important social studies knowledge about the law, like common symbols such as balancing scales. Perfect for important members of our community, like police officers and judges.
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## Take a Look - Part 1 Worksheet

Young learners gain understanding when using picture clues when reading. Looking at illustrations can help students learn the meaning of key vocabulary when reading fiction or informational text. Ask your students to look at the worksheet and observe what they can learn from the picture. It's a great comprehension strategy for early readers.
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## Notation of Captures Writing it Down Worksheet

To teach students how to record captures in chess, use this worksheet. Write down the piece's short name, start sq., and the sq. where it captures, separating them with an X. For example, Rd2Xd4 means a rook moved d2 to d4 and took a piece. Pawn captures don't need a name.
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