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Practicing letters y and z

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

Prefix practice mis-, non-, ex-, co-, anti-

In this language arts worksheet, your child practices adding the prefixes mis-, non-, ex-, co-, and anti- to root words to create new words.

Punctuation: "", ?, and !

In this language arts worksheet, your child learns about quotation marks, question marks, and exclamation points, then practices using them.

Question marks

Should you use a period or a question mark? In this language arts worksheet, your child practices when to use periods versus question marks.

Poems: humorous verses

In this reading practice worksheet, your child will read two poems aloud and then write the final line for a third poem.

Practicing letters c and d

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

Practicing letters o and p

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

Practicing letters q and r

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

Practicing letters s and t

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

Poems: Itsy Bitsy Spider

Itsy Bitsy Spider! This early reading and writing worksheet gives your child practice reading this classic rhyme, drawing, and writing all the words with the ai vowel sound.

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