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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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Sight Word Archery Worksheet
Sight Word Archery Worksheet

Sight Word Archery Worksheet

Read the words list with your kids, pointing at each one. Ask them to do the same. Help them find the arrows with those words and trace the line to the target in the centre.
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Open Syllables Worksheet
Open Syllables Worksheet

Open Syllables Worksheet

Before beginning this worksheet, make sure your child knows what open syllables are. If not, take time to teach them with examples. Then, help the writer finish her book by circling words with open syllables. She needs your child's help!
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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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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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Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 1 Worksheet
Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Explain prefixes (words added to start of another word to give it a new meaning) and suffixes (added to end of word to change its meaning) to your kids with examples like 'unhappy' (prefix) and 'forgetful' (suffix). Now, help your child complete this worksheet, including circling words and checking boxes.
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Homophones: Crayons Worksheet
Homophones: Crayons Worksheet

Homophones: Crayons Worksheet

Ask your kids: "What are homophones?" Explain that homophones are words that sound alike but have different meanings, like 'dare' and 'deer'. Ask them to identify homophones by putting the crayons in this printout away according to the words.
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Tennis Ball Syllables Worksheet
Tennis Ball Syllables Worksheet

Tennis Ball Syllables Worksheet

To help your kids become fluent speakers, they need to learn syllables. A word can have one to seven syllables, with longer words having more. For this level, they will be working with one or two syllables. Assist them as they circle the words with closed syllables in this worksheet.
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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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