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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.

Play I Spy: in the bathroom

Do you see the bubbles? Let your child play I Spy and count all the objects in this bathtub scene that start with letters b and t.

Play I Spy: in the city

How many umbrellas do you see? Let your child play I Spy and count all the objects in this rainy sidewalk scene that start with letters p, u, w, and l.

Play I Spy: on the farm

Do you see the horse? Let your child play I Spy and count all the objects in this farm scene that start with letters f, h, and g.

Practicing letters m and n

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

Practicing letters i and j

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

Practicing letters k and l

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

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.

Stars and planets connect the dots

Children can practice sequencing the numbers 1 to 10 as they connect the dots to reveal stars and planets in this fun coloring math worksheet.

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.

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