# Word Recognition Worksheets for Ages 6-8

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## Trace Read You Like Worksheet

Sight words help children become confident and fluent readers. This free worksheet encourages success with basic 'you' and 'like' words. Writing them with traceable lines and green dots shows motion and builds sight word vocabulary. Help your child master the basics and boost their reading progress!
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## Rainy Day 17 Worksheet

Assist your kids with the 6 equations given. Each cloud displays the sum of two numbers, some of which make 17. Guide them to figure out the total of both numbers when added and draw a line to the umbrella in the center to illustrate the different ways to make 17. This activity will sharpen their addition skills.
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## Spelling in the Kitchen Worksheet

Your little ones can learn a lot if they help in the kitchen. Get them to identify and say the name of each item in the picture in this worksheet. Sound out the words for them and help draw a line to the right picture. It's a great way for them to learn about kitchen items!
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## Volcano Words Worksheet

This worksheet helps kids focus and improve their reading comprehension skills. Start by reading a passage about volcanos and noting the bolded red words. Then answer true/false statements below, double-checking in the text if needed.
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## Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 3 Worksheet

Silent letters can be tricky for kids learning to read and write. Show them how they work with words like 'knee' and 'dumb'. Then, challenge them to come up with their own. Give them a worksheet with silent letters and trace the lines to join the letters into words.
Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 3 Worksheet
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## Medals: Al Spelling Worksheet

Have your students list common words ending with -al. See how many they can give and spell. Give examples of your own, assisting with spelling. Now review the words in the worksheet. Guide students to trace the line for each word ending with -al. 80 words
Medals: Al Spelling Worksheet
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## Which's the OA Word? Worksheet

Encourage your kids to complete this fun worksheet. Ask them to identify the animals and objects in the pictures. Read the incomplete sentences aloud, and then find the correct word to finish the sentence. Check their work.
Which's the OA Word? Worksheet
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## Is It Silent? Worksheet

Phonetics can be tricky, like the sound of /e/ in 'egg' vs. the silent /e/ at the end of 'slime'. Ask your students to give more examples. Read out the words in this worksheet with your kids and ask them to identify the silent /e/ ones.
Is It Silent? Worksheet
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## The /wh/ Sound Worksheet

Digraphs join two consonants to make a new sound, like /wh/. Give examples, like "whale", "when" and "why". Ask kids to name pictures in a worksheet and trace dotted lines to images beginning with the /wh/ sound; "what" is one example.
The /wh/ Sound Worksheet
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## The SH Digraph Worksheet

There are many phonetic sounds, each with its own unique sound. When two or more consonants are combined to create a new sound, it's called a digraph. Example: the sh digraph creates the /sh/ sound. Have kids look at the pictures and say the words aloud. Help them circle the images ending with /sh/, like 'wash'.
The SH Digraph Worksheet
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## Missing Digraph: Part 2 Worksheet

Practice the "th" digraph with this fun worksheet from Kids Academy! See how it appears at the beginning, middle, or end of words and help learners fill in the blanks. Check if they got it right by finding the th digraph at the bottom!
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## Reading: OW and OU Words Worksheet

Help your kids learn phonetics! Explain the different sounds and long/short variations. Emphasize that some vowel sounds are the same, e.g. ou = ow in cow. For practice, have them read aloud the words in the worksheet and check the box next to the spelling that matches the picture.
Reading: OW and OU Words Worksheet
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## Reading: Find the Prefixes Worksheet

Students are asked to circle all prefixes on this worksheet and brainstorm a list of words that have them. It's a great tool for teaching vocabulary and helps students understand new and unfamiliar words by recognizing how prefixes change meaning.
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## Reading: AW and AU Words Worksheet

This worksheet helps kids recognize that /au/ and /aw/ can make the same sound. Students read sentences and pick the correct word with one of the digraphs. Understanding digraphs improves decoding and reading fluency. Perfect for reading and phonics classes.
Reading: AW and AU Words Worksheet
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Teaching reading? This worksheet can help! Students read the word and draw a line to the picture for clues if needed. This will boost their vocabulary and fluency, increasing confidence and reading skills. Watch their progress as new words are added!
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## 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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This printout helps children learn to read fluently by connecting words with the same sound. Colorful pictures aid understanding and context for kindergarten-level students. Tracing lines, they learn to identify the sounds made by letters of the alphabet and deepen their knowledge of phonics.
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## The Long I Maze Reading Worksheet

Help your child learn phonics to help them read. Show them the difference between long and short "i" sounds. Guide them as they use a pencil to trace words with the long "i:" sound in the "Help the Boy in the Picture" worksheet exercise. This will help them find the kite in the picture.
The Long I Maze Reading Worksheet
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## Words with Sound M Reading Worksheet

Emerging readers will use this traceable worksheet to name and trace pictures with the letter sound «m». Bright, engaging pictures make this fun and build confidence while strengthening fine motor skills. They won't even know they're also working on reading skills!
Words with Sound M Reading Worksheet
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## Words with sound f Reading Worksheet

This illustrated phonics worksheet is ideal for preschool or kindergarten. It helps boost learners' literacy skills with a focus on the letter "f". Ask your child to name all the pictures, listening for that sound. Examples are fish, fox, lion, bug. When they can identify which words start with "f", have them circle the images. Congratulate them on a job well done!
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## More than 1 word Worksheet

Test your child's reading skills with this fun worksheet! Point out the word in each picture, then switch the middle letter of each word with one from the list and check the box when you find a new word. It's a great way to develop your child's reading skills!
More than 1 word Worksheet
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## Italian Word Tracing: Ciao Worksheet

Help kids learn to greet people in different languages with this fun worksheet! Featuring the Italian word 'Ciao', it helps kids trace and learn the pronunciation. Plus, it teaches hand-eye coordination and fine-motor skills. Global connectivity can start with this activity!
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## Spanish Word Tracing: Hola Worksheet

This PDF provides a fun way for students to learn "Hola" (Hello) in Spanish! Kids can practice fine motor and handwriting skills while they trace the letters. They'll get the hang of top-to-bottom, left-to-right patterning while they learn how to say and write in Spanish. With practice, they'll soon feel confident speaking and writing Spanish!
Spanish Word Tracing: Hola Worksheet
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## English Word Tracing: Hello Worksheet

Searching for free worksheets to help your kids refine their motor skills, handwriting and English word knowledge? Get this cheerful PDF! It offers your children the chance to practice tracing words like Hello, while following a top-to-bottom, left-to-right patterning.
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