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Proofreading

These riddles need editing! In this language arts worksheet, your child gets practice identifying where capital letters, commas, quotation marks, and other punctuation marks are needed to make the riddles easier to read.

Compound words

Jig + saw = jigsaw! When two individual words can be added together to form a new word, that's a compound word. In this language arts worksheet, your child will find as many compound words as possible using a set of 15 root words.

Rhyming words: _aw

Jaw, saw, law … and what else? Give your first grader practice sounding out, writing, and reading these six words with the aw sound.

Rhyming words: _ar

Rhymes with car! Give your first grader practice sounding out, writing, and reading these six words with the ar sound.

Rhyming words: _ay

What rhymes with play? Give your first grader practice sounding out, writing, and reading these six words with the ay sound.

Rhyming words: _ook

Look, book, cook … and more! Give your first grader practice sounding out, writing, and reading these six words with the ook sound.

Rhyming words: _ike

Rhymes with bike! Give your first grader practice sounding out, writing, and reading these six words with the ike sound.

Rhyming words: _ake

Snake and bake rhyme! And what else? Give your first grader practice sounding out, writing, and reading these six words with the ake sound.

Rhyming words: _ack

What rhymes with track? Give your first grader practice sounding out, writing, and reading these six words with the ack sound.

Rhyming words: _ing

What rhymes with king? Give your first grader practice sounding out, writing, and reading these six words with the ing sound.

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