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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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Comparisons Worksheet
Comparisons Worksheet

Comparisons Worksheet

Compare two things easily: place them side by side and note the differences. Use this passage to help kids practice reading and comprehension, and teach them about the ocean and sea creatures. Read both paragraphs, then check off details found in both. (80 words)
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Compare Two Sources Worksheet
Compare Two Sources Worksheet

Compare Two Sources Worksheet

Reading exposes us to new words, spelling, and info about different topics. Kids can practice their reading skills, and learn about bats, with this worksheet. Read the two sources in the picture, then help your kids answer the questions at the bottom.
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Text Features Worksheet
Text Features Worksheet

Text Features Worksheet

Encourage your child to read- it'll pay off! Reading teaches us new words, spelling, and information on various topics. Plus, readers use text features- such as tables, indexes, and diagrams- to help comprehend. Read the worksheet with your child and help them identify and understand the different features.
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Captions and Images Worksheet
Captions and Images Worksheet

Captions and Images Worksheet

Pictures and captions can aid understanding. That's why many children's books have them. Have your kids look at the pictures in the worksheet, then help them match the right caption to each image. This will help them understand the story.
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Changes to the Amazon Worksheet
Changes to the Amazon Worksheet

Changes to the Amazon Worksheet

If your kids are interested in protecting the planet, they should know about the Amazon. Use this worksheet to teach them about it. Read it with them and help them find the cause and effect relationships, then check them off. It explains the situation in the Amazon, why it's happening and the results.
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Cause And Effect Worksheet
Cause And Effect Worksheet

Cause And Effect Worksheet

Help your kids understand cause and effect with this worksheet. Explain that cause is what happens, and effect is the result of an action or event. Ask if they understand, then direct them to read the cause in the pictures and choose the most accurate effect from the options.
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Sequencential Order Worksheet
Sequencential Order Worksheet

Sequencential Order Worksheet

This worksheet is perfect for science-lovers: it'll test how good your child is at following instructions by asking them to complete the steps in the right order. Have them read the steps and then choose the statements that correctly fill in the blanks. It's more than just fun experiments and results - science also requires careful procedure.
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Jamestown Worksheet
Jamestown Worksheet

Jamestown Worksheet

Help your kids build vocabulary by reading simple texts and stories to them. This exercise helps them practice reading and grammar, and increases their knowledge of a topic. In this worksheet, kids learn about Jamestown: read text aloud and help them circle the correct date for each event.
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Goods and Services Worksheet
Goods and Services Worksheet

Goods and Services Worksheet

Teach your kids about the economy and businesses with this worksheet. Ask them if they know what goods and services are. After they complete the worksheet, they'll have a better understanding. Read the text to them and guide them step-by-step through the instructions. Help them learn!
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Branches of the Government Worksheet
Branches of the Government Worksheet

Branches of the Government Worksheet

The government is a group of people who lead countries or communities. It includes three branches: judicial, legislative, and executive. To help kids learn about these branches, read this passage to them and discuss the main idea.
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King Midas Worksheet
King Midas Worksheet

King Midas Worksheet

Read the ancient Greek history of King Midas to your kids. If they're into Greek gods and mythology, they'll be excited to complete the exercise. Read the text carefully, and if needed, twice. Help your kids locate the story's theme at the bottom of the page. 80 words.
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The Boy Who Cried Wolf Part 2 Worksheet
The Boy Who Cried Wolf Part 2 Worksheet

The Boy Who Cried Wolf Part 2 Worksheet

Kids love story time - no doubt they know their favorites! This worksheet tells a story with a theme or main idea. Read it carefully with your kids and ensure they understand every word. Then, help them answer the simple questions at the bottom of the page.
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The Boy Who Cried Wolf Part 1 Worksheet
The Boy Who Cried Wolf Part 1 Worksheet

The Boy Who Cried Wolf Part 1 Worksheet

Storytime can be your kid's favorite part of the day. Ask them what their favorite stories are, then read the text in the printout. Read along with them, making sure they understand each word. At the end, go over the questions and have them check the correct answers.
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Identifying Poems Worksheet
Identifying Poems Worksheet

Identifying Poems Worksheet

Read to your kids often and look at the pictures of books and poems in this worksheet. Guide them by reading aloud each book and poem. Make sure they are paying attention and help them check the pictures. This is a great way for your kids to learn to read properly.
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Picture in Books Worksheet
Picture in Books Worksheet

Picture in Books Worksheet

Picture books are popular with students - they're easier to read and understand because of the captions and illustrations. With preschoolers, look at the pictures in the book and read the sentences in the worksheet. Help them choose the one that matches the scene.
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Draw a Line to the Picture Books Worksheet
Draw a Line to the Picture Books Worksheet

Draw a Line to the Picture Books Worksheet

Encourage your students to read and explore with this fun exercise! They'll draw a line from the word 'picture books' to the five objects. Picture books are exciting, with stories and colorful images. Make story time even more enjoyable with this worksheet!
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Point of View Worksheet
Point of View Worksheet

Point of View Worksheet

Readers need to identify the storyteller to properly understand and relate to the story. Help your kids identify the point of view by noticing the pronouns used. Read the story in this worksheet with them and guide them to determine the story's point of view.
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First and Third Person Point of View Worksheet
First and Third Person Point of View Worksheet

First and Third Person Point of View Worksheet

Remind kids what a point of view is in a story. First person is from the character's perspective; third person is from the narrator's. Ask students to check if sentences in the exercise are in first or third person point of view.
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Finding Character Traits Worksheet
Finding Character Traits Worksheet

Finding Character Traits Worksheet

Before you start, make sure your kids know the difference between a character trait and a feeling. Traits are part of a character's entire personality and can be inferred from what they say and do in a story. Read the character descriptions on the worksheet and help your kids circle the best trait for each.
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Trait Maze Worksheet
Trait Maze Worksheet

Trait Maze Worksheet

A trait is a character's personality and should not be confused with a feeling, which is temporary. In this worksheet, kids learn about traits by following them through a maze and ignoring the feelings on the path.
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Story Structure Worksheet
Story Structure Worksheet

Story Structure Worksheet

Help your students read and identify the parts of the story in this worksheet: the beginning (characters and setting), middle (major events), and ending (events are resolved). Show them how to structure a story for clarity.
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Point of View Printable
Point of View Printable

Point of View Printable

Teach your kids about points of view with this worksheet! In a story, characters can tell the story in first person or it can come from a narrator in third person. Read the excerpt in the worksheet and ask your kids to identify which point of view it is.
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Find the Title Worksheet
Find the Title Worksheet

Find the Title Worksheet

Help your kids to identify the colors of the books on this worksheet. Ask them to spot the differences between the six books, such as which ones have titles printed on their covers. Ask them to put a check next to the books with titles. This activity will promote your kids' thinking skills.
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