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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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I Stands High Worksheet Preview
I Stands High Worksheet Preview

I Stands High Worksheet

Kids can use their imagination to help a superhero find the uppercase 'I's on the 'I By Itself Stands High' worksheet. This helps children learn capitalization, and they can join the superhero in flying over a city of cats, dogs and buildings to locate the needed letters.
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Letter E Tracing Worksheet Preview
Letter E Tracing Worksheet Preview

Letter E Tracing Worksheet

Students trace and write uppercase and lowercase letter E. They sound out "E" words, choosing those with short "E" sounds. Preschoolers identify the difference between the 'E' sounds in words like "egg" and "turkey." A tracing sheet helps them to understand.
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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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Letter A Tracing Worksheet Preview
Letter A Tracing Worksheet Preview

Letter A Tracing Worksheet

Learning the letter "A" is essential. This worksheet helps kids trace and write it, boosting their skill. They also circle pictures with the "A" sound, with both the word and picture provided. This helps them learn how to pronounce words like "apple" correctly.
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Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 3 Worksheet
Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 3 Worksheet

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.
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Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 2 Worksheet
Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 2 Worksheet

Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 2 Worksheet

Help your kids learn proper pronunciation by counting syllables. Most words they'll encounter have 1-3 syllables, making them simple to say. Have them repeat the words in your worksheet after you. Focus on longer words with more than two syllables.
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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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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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Find The Missing Word Worksheet
Find The Missing Word Worksheet

Find The Missing Word Worksheet

Master silent letters like "b" and "k" with this illustrated worksheet! Read the sentences and fill in the blanks with the correct word, checking the box. Read all the way to the bottom and review words containing silent letters. A great way to help your little learner tackle a tough topic!
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Silent Letter Maze Worksheet
Silent Letter Maze Worksheet

Silent Letter Maze Worksheet

Learning to read can be tricky, especially with words with irregular pronunciations. Explain to your child that some words have consonants we do not pronounce when reading. Ask them for examples like 'knife' and 'knob'. These consonants are called silent letters. Download this pdf to practice words with silent letters and complete the maze.
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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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Medals: Al Spelling Worksheet
Medals: Al Spelling Worksheet

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
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Hotel Mix-up Worksheet
Hotel Mix-up Worksheet

Hotel Mix-up Worksheet

Before doing this worksheet, explain to your kids what a hotel is. It's a building where guests can stay for a few days and pay for their stay. In this exercise, the hotel clerk needs help finding the correct keys. Have your kids circle words ending with -el to find the right ones.
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Rhyming Words Worksheet
Rhyming Words Worksheet

Rhyming Words Worksheet

Does your child know about rhyming words? Get them interested in poetry and explain that these words have similar sounds when pronounced. Read the words on each sailboat to your child and ask them to identify the rhyming pairs. Guide them to check the sailboats.
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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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Puss in Boots: OO Sound Worksheet
Puss in Boots: OO Sound Worksheet

Puss in Boots: OO Sound Worksheet

Read out the words in this printout with the correct pronunciation. Have your child repeat each word after you. Then have them read the words and identify the ones with the "oo" sound. Guide their hands as they trace the lines to the right words.
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Rhymes in Poems Worksheet
Rhymes in Poems Worksheet

Rhymes in Poems Worksheet

Poems are lovely works of literature; some with rhymes, and some without. This poem for kids is full of rhymes and tells the tale of a sheep. Read it aloud to your kids, then help them circle the rhyming words.
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Enough Is Enough (ough) Worksheet
Enough Is Enough (ough) Worksheet

Enough Is Enough (ough) Worksheet

As your students learn more about reading and pronouncing words, they can explore how some word patterns can be said differently. The 'ough' pattern, for instance, can be pronounced several ways. 'Enough' has the 'uff' sound. Provide your students with examples of words pronounced similarly and help them unscramble 'ough' words on this worksheet, ticking the box for the correct word.
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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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