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Connect the rhymes: vowel sound u

In this coloring worksheet, your child will identify the pictures of rhyming words that have the same vowel sounds.

Draw it yourself: dog, mouse, cat, hen

What rhymes with dog? In this early reading worksheet, your child "reads" each picture and word, thinks of a word that rhymes with it, and draws a picture of that word.

Draw it yourself: fox, three, car, spoon

What rhymes with fox? In this early reading worksheet, your child "reads" each picture and word, thinks of a word that rhymes with it, and draws a picture of that word.

Find the pictures

There's a hidden picture in this early reading worksheet that your child will discover by coloring in puzzle pieces that have rhyming words on them.

Find the pictures #2

There's a hidden picture in this early reading worksheet that your child will discover by coloring in puzzle pieces that have rhyming words on them.

Missing letters: -at, -an, and -eg

Each of these rhyming word pairs is missing its first letter. In this early reading worksheet, your child gets practice identifying rhyming words and writing the first letter of three-letter words.

Missing letters: -en, -ut, and -og

Each of these rhyming word pairs is missing its first letter. In this early reading worksheet, your child gets practice identifying rhyming words and writing the first letter of three-letter words.

Missing letters: -ish, -ive, and -ip

Each of these rhyming word pairs is missing its first letter. In this early reading worksheet, your child gets practice identifying rhyming words and writing the first letter of three- and four-letter words.

Missing letters: -oat, -ell, and -all

Each of these rhyming word pairs is missing its first letter. In this early reading worksheet, your child gets practice identifying rhyming words and writing the first letter of four-letter words.

Nursery rhyme: one, two, buckle my shoe

What comes next in this nursery rhyme? In this early reading worksheet, your child gets practice reading along to a well-known rhyme and using memory and pictures to identify and write the missing words in each verse.

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