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Nursery rhyme: Jack and Jill

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.

Word puzzle!

It's a word find! In this early reading worksheet, your child will draw a line connecting all the rhyming words and then find each of those words in the puzzle.

Connect the animal to its home

In this early writing worksheet, your child will draw straight lines across the page to connect each animal to the right home.

Connect the animal to its food

In this early writing worksheet, your child will draw straight lines across the page to connect each animal to its dinner.

Watch it go!

In this early writing worksheet, your child will "read," trace, and then draw the curvy-lined path of the butterfly, ball, monkey, and kite across the page.

Tracing a path

In this early writing worksheet, your child will "read," trace, and then draw the curvy-lined path of the duck, mouse, snail, and kitten across the page.

Practicing circles

In this early writing worksheet, your child gets practice drawing circles counterclockwise, a skill that'll help your child write curved letters.

Practicing straight lines

In this early writing worksheet, your child gets practice drawing vertical lines from top to bottom, a skill that'll help your child write letters.

Creating letter-shape patterns

In this early writing worksheet, your child will trace, complete, and practice drawing three sets of line patterns that are used to form letters of the alphabet.

Creating letter-shape patterns #2

In this early writing worksheet, your child will trace, complete, and practice drawing three sets of line patterns that are used to form letters of the alphabet.

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