# Critical Thinking Easy Worksheets for Ages 6-9

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• 6-9
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## Beware of the King! Worksheet

Teach your child to play chess and gift them valuable skills like critical thinking, logic, and reasoning! This free PDF worksheet will teach them the Two Rook Mate strategy to checkmate an enemy king with two rooks. They'll learn how to keep the king away and move the rooks for checkmate. Have screen-free fun together!
Beware of the King! Worksheet
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## At the Pet Store Word Problems Worksheet

Kids love pet stores! This free, fun PDF worksheet engages little learners to solve word problems with counting and addition. With adorable animals to focus on, your child will practice arithmetic with three addends to find the sum! Help them gain success with word addition word problems.
At the Pet Store Word Problems Worksheet
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## Eagle Subtraction Worksheet

Help your kids become math experts! Through practice and adult guidance, even addition and subtraction can seem simple. Show them how with this worksheet - get them to trace the dotted lines to connect each word problem to the correct picture and solve the number sentence with some eagles!
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## Thomas Jefferson and the 7’s Worksheet

Thomas Jefferson championed education and wants kids to know their times tables. Help your child with this worksheet focusing on 7's. Check the box for the correct answer for each multiplication problem. Make sure your child gets the facts right!
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## Am I a Mammal or Bird? Worksheet

We categorize animals into groups such as mammals, birds, reptiles, etc. This worksheet helps kids understand the difference between birds and mammals. Read through the clues and think about each one. Then decide if it describes a bird or mammal, check the box and complete!
Am I a Mammal or Bird? Worksheet
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## Across Genres: Character Check Worksheet

Read the sentences to your kids, then have them match the pictures to them. Ask them to look at the pictures and help them check which one goes with the sentence. The aim is to see how well they can do this exercise. (80 words)
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## Coffeehouse Survey: Picture Graph Word Problems Worksheet

This coffeehouse survey helps children interpret pictures and answer questions. Your child will look at a picture graph displaying daily coffee cup sales from Day 1 to Day 4. Aid them in answering questions on the number of cups sold and which day had the most sales.
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## Can You Match the Sentence? Worksheet

Kids gain fluency with this worksheet which uses bright pictures. They select the sentence that matches the image and check the box. This repetition of words and phrases helps them improve their reading skills while having fun.
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## Length Comparison Quest Worksheet

Knowing measurement tools and how to use them is just the start. To be proficient, your kid must be able to accurately compare objects and their lengths. With the 'Length Comparison Quest' worksheet, they will check the correct length of the traffic light in the picture and then compare other objects to it, marking those that measure 4 feet shorter.
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## Rapunzel Story Sequencing Worksheet

Enhance your child's reading comprehension and help them sequence story events with this Rapunzel worksheet – it's thrilling and educational! Max 80 words. Help your child develop their reading comprehension with this exciting Rapunzel story sequencing worksheet! Kids view pictures from the classic fairytale and number them in the right order, reinforcing their understanding of story events. Educational and entertaining!
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## Yesterday's Park Fun Worksheet

Add -ed to the end of words and you get a word that happened in the past. This PDF helps your child understand this concept by giving practice examples: walk, pull, jump and smile can all be transformed into the past tense with a -ed suffix. They'll circle all the words that happened yesterday and learn about the past tense.
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## Special Day Worksheet

What's your child's favorite day? Let them tell you what makes it special and what they enjoy most. With the worksheet, show them the picture and ask them to identify the day. Read the story aloud, and help them answer the questions and check the right responses.
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## What Train Car Comes Before? Worksheet

Download this worksheet with your kids and have them identify the colorful objects pictured. Count the toys in the three trains together, then check the missing group of toys from the options provided. Have fun! (80 words)
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## What Does It Mean? Worksheet

Teach your child to use context clues with this engaging Kids Academy worksheet. Read the sentences and find the pink-highlighted word. Use the other words in the sentence to figure out the meaning, then check the box next to the picture that represents it.
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## Animal Nests Worksheet

Animals need homes to sleep and stay safe. Look at the animal on the left and examine the nests and hives to the right. Check off the correct one for each animal to complete the worksheet! From birds to bees, it's a great way to show different types of homes animals make!
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## Assessment: Aquarium Sign Worksheet

Take your kids to an aquarium and marvel at the sea creatures! Help them identify the animals they see, and ask them which one is their favorite. Look at the aquarium sign and point to each creature. Ask your kids the questions and help them circle the right answer.
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## Fairness: Sequencing Worksheet

Kids likely already know how to play hopscotch. Ask them to show you the shortest, tallest and middle child in the worksheet. Then, help them order them from shortest to tallest by checking the boxes.
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