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At a Pizza Party Worksheet
At a Pizza Party Worksheet

At a Pizza Party Worksheet

Parties are the best! Eating, playing, singing, dancing and gift-exchange - what's your child's fave part? In this worksheet, a brother and sister are eager to enjoy their party. Read the text to them and help them check what they do, eat, and wear. 80 words.
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Which Doesn't Belong? Worksheet
Which Doesn't Belong? Worksheet

Which Doesn't Belong? Worksheet

This engaging worksheet helps preschoolers recognize similar and different attributes of common words, using brightly-colored pictures. They analyze the items in each category and check off what is different. For extra practice, have them explain their reasoning verbally! Sorting and classifying are important skills to learn.
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Where Is the Ant? Worksheet
Where Is the Ant? Worksheet

Where Is the Ant? Worksheet

Kids are captivated by ants. Andre is a busy ant, marching through the forest. Help your child circle the best word that best describes what he's doing in each picture. This colorful printout will show them the way.
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The Movement Maze Worksheet
The Movement Maze Worksheet

The Movement Maze Worksheet

Let your child have fun with this interactive PDF download. Kids will learn movement words with cute pictures, plus practice fine motor skills as they trace. A fun way to reinforce vocabulary. Jump, hop and sit – it's all here!
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Hungry Caterpillar Maze Worksheet
Hungry Caterpillar Maze Worksheet

Hungry Caterpillar Maze Worksheet

Remind the kids that caterpillars turn into butterflies! This worksheet helps them practice their vowel sounds. They must trace the path of words that sound like ‘lie’ to help the caterpillar reach the finish line. It's a fun way to learn and explore!
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“The Princess and the Pea” or “Cinderella” Worksheet
“The Princess and the Pea” or “Cinderella” Worksheet

“The Princess and the Pea” or “Cinderella” Worksheet

Help your child identify the characters and objects from both the Princess and the Pea and Cinderella. Ask them to draw a line from the pictures to the story it's from on the tracing sheet. Encourage them to tell you the similarities between the two stories. Enjoy the tale with your daughter and watch her be fascinated by these two classic children's stories.
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Towns Worksheet
Towns Worksheet

Towns Worksheet

Towns are generally quiet and safe, making them attractive for young families. Cities have more people, businesses and tall buildings. Roads are busy, and there is often plenty to do and see. Help your kids check which pictures in this worksheet show towns.
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Fairy Tales Maze Worksheet
Fairy Tales Maze Worksheet

Fairy Tales Maze Worksheet

Kids love mazes and fairy tales, so this free worksheet is a great way to help teach young readers about familiar topics. They'll join Bella and use the traceable lines to travel through different reading genres, and find their way to the library for a nice reward!
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Take a Look - Part 1 Worksheet
Take a Look - Part 1 Worksheet

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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