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Long Vowel Review Worksheet
Long Vowel Review Worksheet

Long Vowel Review Worksheet

Vowel teams like "ea" and "ai" help us make words, and understanding these patterns aids emerging readers in becoming more fluent. This review worksheet has students finding words with vowel teams that make the long vowel sound, and helps them recognize high-frequency words.
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There, Their, They're Worksheet
There, Their, They're Worksheet

There, Their, They're Worksheet

Explain to your kids the difference between 'there', 'their' and 'they're'. These three words are homophones - spelt similarly but with different meanings. Help them choose the correct homophones when completing sentences, and trace the line to the right word.
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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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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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Poem: What Is Pink? Worksheet
Poem: What Is Pink? Worksheet

Poem: What Is Pink? Worksheet

Help your kids learn with short, fun, interesting poems! Read it aloud to them and point out the rhyme patterns. Have them circle the missing numbers to answer two questions. Show examples of objects with the colors in the poem. This will help them learn to read, and also understand colors better.
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Poem: Cats and Dogs Worksheet
Poem: Cats and Dogs Worksheet

Poem: Cats and Dogs Worksheet

Read the poem to your child and point out where each stanza ends. Ask if they know what a stanza is (if not, explain it's a group of lines in a poem). Help them answer the question at the bottom of the printout. This simple, sweet poem about cats is easy for your child to relate to.
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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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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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Choose the Right Spelling Worksheet
Choose the Right Spelling Worksheet

Choose the Right Spelling Worksheet

Can your kids spell? Even champions can benefit from this educational worksheet. Start with basic words, then ask your child to say each word aloud. Help them circle the correct spelling for each.
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What Is It? Worksheet
What Is It? Worksheet

What Is It? Worksheet

Test your kids' object recognition skills with this worksheet. Have them identify each picture, then check the box next to the correct word. Point to the image and ask your child what it is; then help them select the correct answer. It's a great way to see how well they can recognize objects from pictures.
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Shhh... What Digraph? Worksheet
Shhh... What Digraph? Worksheet

Shhh... What Digraph? Worksheet

Phonetics sounds can be combined to create a new sound - like a digraph. A great example is the /sh/ sound. Words like 'brush' and 'fish' can be heard. Ask your child to provide more examples. Look at the pictures in the PDF and see if they can identify the objects. Additionally, help them find the digraph missing from each word.
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The /th/ Sound Worksheet
The /th/ Sound Worksheet

The /th/ Sound Worksheet

Confuse your students no more: have them use this worksheet to understand the /th/ sound and its two variants. With pictures, ask them to say the name of each one. Help them identify the voiced /th/ sound, like in 'mother', by having them say it aloud. Download the pdf to get started.
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Missing Digraph: Part 1 Worksheet
Missing Digraph: Part 1 Worksheet

Missing Digraph: Part 1 Worksheet

Practice the 'th' digraph with this worksheet! Ask kids to say the words shown and sound out the letters below each image. Check the box with the correct digraph to complete. Examples include 'earth', 'bath' and 'moth', all ending with the same two letters. Phonics teaches that digraphs are two letters that make one sound.
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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

This worksheet tests phonetics and word recognition. Students should be familiar with past tense verbs. Read incomplete sentences, then read multiple options and help students select the correct one.
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OUGH as in Bought Worksheet
OUGH as in Bought Worksheet

OUGH as in Bought Worksheet

Use this worksheet to teach your child the different pronunciations of -ough. For example, -ough can sound like ‘aw’ in ‘bought’. Ask your child to give more examples and help them underline the correct answers to fill in the blanks.
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Reading: Long I and IE Worksheet
Reading: Long I and IE Worksheet

Reading: Long I and IE Worksheet

Have your child list words with the long /i/ sound (eg. 'pie'), and if needed, help them out with some examples. Read each word in the worksheet together and check their answer by having them circle the correct word.
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Reading: Long E and IE Worksheet
Reading: Long E and IE Worksheet

Reading: Long E and IE Worksheet

Ask your child to name some words with the long /e/ sound they hear every day. Then, read aloud all the words in the worksheet with them. Ask them to circle the words containing ie that make this sound.
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Reading: What Is the Prefix Worksheet
Reading: What Is the Prefix Worksheet

Reading: What Is the Prefix Worksheet

This worksheet helps children learn about prefixes by matching pictures and base words with the correct prefix. Learning these prefixes and their meanings is essential for reading and vocabulary comprehension. Use this free download to check your students' understanding.
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Reading: Vowel Team EE Worksheet
Reading: Vowel Team EE Worksheet

Reading: Vowel Team EE Worksheet

This worksheet is perfect for helping young learners master the /ee/ vowel team. It shows the first vowel with a long sound and the second vowel silent. It also provides pictures for unfamiliar words for readers of all levels. It's an ideal resource for teaching phonics skills.
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Reading: Long I and Short I Sound Maze Worksheet
Reading: Long I and Short I Sound Maze Worksheet

Reading: Long I and Short I Sound Maze Worksheet

Question your students if the worksheet is entertaining. They may respond negatively! Nonetheless, this activity will bring satisfaction while learning the distinction between a long and short I sound. Students read the words in the maze and only follow the words with the short I sound to finish the exercise. Grasping the difference between long and short vowels is demanding, but this worksheet helps students understand this reading skill.
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Reading: Long E and Short E Worksheet
Reading: Long E and Short E Worksheet

Reading: Long E and Short E Worksheet

Provide your students with valuable practice in distinguishing long and short E sounds with this worksheet. They'll look at pictures and read the words, then decide which sound is being used. It's an effective tool to help them master a difficult concept.
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3 Sounds Worksheet
3 Sounds Worksheet

3 Sounds Worksheet

Kids will love learning with this free, colorful worksheet. It's full of familiar words they can name and sound out with three distinct sounds. This helps build decoding skills, plus they get to check off words they read. It's a fun way to teach children to identify and use sounds.
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Listen to the Sounds Worksheet
Listen to the Sounds Worksheet

Listen to the Sounds Worksheet

This worksheet builds emerging readers' skills in using sounds for reading and spelling. It helps strengthen auditory processing by having them count the sounds in each word, then trace the corresponding number. Fun and cheerful!
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Middle Sounds Worksheet
Middle Sounds Worksheet

Middle Sounds Worksheet

Download this free worksheet and help your reader identify middle sounds in words. Pictures provide clues to the word, while tracing circles around the middle vowel sound strengthens fine motor and visual discrimination skills. It's a great way to teach sound discrimination between similar-sounding short vowels - a key component for proficient reading.
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