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Introducing our Normal Difficulty Online Reading Non-Fiction Worksheets, expertly crafted for Preschool learners! Engage your little ones with our interactive and educational worksheets designed to enhance their early reading skills. These resources provide a balanced mix of fun and learning, featuring age-appropriate, non-fiction content that sparks curiosity about the real world. Easy to access and complete online, our worksheets support the development of foundational literacy, comprehension, and critical thinking. Ideal for at-home learning or in the classroom, give your preschooler a headstart in reading with our Normal Difficulty Non-Fiction Worksheets. Start exploring today!

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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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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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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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Craft and Structure of Informational Texts: Assessment 3 Worksheet
Craft and Structure of Informational Texts: Assessment 3 Worksheet

Craft and Structure of Informational Texts: Assessment 3 Worksheet

Test your beginning reader's understanding of left-to-right directionality and use of details from informational texts with this fun worksheet. Follow the traceable paths to find the right picture for each sentence. This will help your child gain confidence and be successful as a reader.
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Craft and Structure of Informational Texts: Assessment 1 Worksheet
Craft and Structure of Informational Texts: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Craft and Structure of Informational Texts: Assessment 1 Worksheet

Young children need to know how to hold books correctly when they start reading. This assessment worksheet helps them show they know what to do. They'll look at the pictures and circle the child who is holding the book correctly. It's a great way to tell they are well on their way to becoming lifetime readers!
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