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Antonyms

It's the opposite! In this language arts worksheet, your child gets practice identifying antonyms such as on/off, light/dark, and night/day.

Reading practice: Boris the Brainiest Baby

Ready to read about a very unusual baby? In this reading worksheet, your child will read a story and then describe the main character, predict what might happen next, and identify the author.

Practicing letters a and b

In this early reading and writing worksheet, your child gets familiar with lowercase letters a and b by identifying objects that begin with these letters, saying the a and b sounds, and tracing and writing the letters a and b.

What's the first letter? (a to h)

In this early reading worksheet, your child will fill in the lowercase letter a to h that belongs at the beginning of each word next to its corresponding picture, such as apple, ball, and cat.

Practicing letters u and v

In this early reading and writing worksheet, your child gets familiar with lowercase letters u and v by identifying objects that begin with these letters, saying theu and v sounds, and tracing and writing the letters u and v.

Lowercase a and d

In this early writing worksheet, your child gets practice tracing and writing lowercase letters a and d.

Lowercase g and q

In this early writing worksheet, your child gets practice tracing and writing lowercase letters g and q.

Lowercase e and s

In this early writing worksheet, your child gets practice tracing and writing lowercase letters e and s.

Lowercase p and b

In this early writing worksheet, your child gets practice tracing and writing lowercase letters p and b.

Lowercase i and j

In this early writing worksheet, your child gets practice tracing and writing lowercase letters i and j.

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