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What's Like Pizza? Worksheet
What's Like Pizza? Worksheet

What's Like Pizza? Worksheet

Encourage your kids to exercise their minds with this pizza worksheet! Ask them to name the ingredients they like on their favourite pizzas. Then, help them circle the images that have the same number of syllables as 'pizza'. They'll have fun while learning too!
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Reading: Break Them Apart Worksheet
Reading: Break Them Apart Worksheet

Reading: Break Them Apart Worksheet

See if students understand syllables with this fun worksheet. It teaches them that a syllable is a word part with a vowel sound. Kids read each word and choose how many parts it has. Doing this often helps them decode new words and gain confidence.
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Word Matching Game Worksheet
Word Matching Game Worksheet

Word Matching Game Worksheet

Help your early reader develop prereading skills with this fun matching worksheet! Visual cues help them learn sight words, decode words in word families, and identify phonetic patterns. They'll practice discerning sounds past initial consonants while saying the name of the picture and finding the matching word - and reading at the same time!
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Tricky Words Worksheet
Tricky Words Worksheet

Tricky Words Worksheet

Reading can be tricky to start with, but this worksheet helps kids learn the basics of editing and strengthens their attention to detail. They'll select the right word from tricky choices, improving their reading and grammar skills.
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How Many Syllables? Worksheet
How Many Syllables? Worksheet

How Many Syllables? Worksheet

Syllabication or 'chunking' helps students decode words more quickly and increase fluency. This traceable worksheet is great for emerging readers, combining fun and fine motor practice with chunking words and counting syllables.
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The Order of Syllables Worksheet
The Order of Syllables Worksheet

The Order of Syllables Worksheet

Syllabication is vital for prereading and decoding words. Download this fun, free worksheet to help your reader practice breaking words into syllables and arranging them for reading. It also strengthens fine motor skills as they trace the numbers for each syllable, guided by a cheerful elephant!
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Lets Count Syllables Worksheet
Lets Count Syllables Worksheet

Lets Count Syllables Worksheet

This fun animal worksheet makes learning to read easier by breaking words into syllables. Bright, cheery pictures give context and help kids choose the right syllable count. Count together and enjoy as your child learns and gains success!
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Phonological Awareness: Assessment 1 Worksheet
Phonological Awareness: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Phonological Awareness: Assessment 1 Worksheet

This worksheet helps kids build key phonics skills for pre-reading. They say each picture name aloud, focusing on the starting sound. Then, they match the sound with an image in the same row. Use as a checkpoint for kindergarten or grade 1 phonics readiness.
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1, 2 or 3? Worksheet
1, 2 or 3? Worksheet

1, 2 or 3? Worksheet

Do your kids know about syllables? Test their understanding with this worksheet. Read the words aloud and ask them to say them with you. Help them circle the number that matches the number of syllables in each word. Perfect for expanding knowledge or testing how much they've already learned.
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