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Fiction and nonfiction

Which book looks like fiction? In this reading worksheet, your child learns to identify whether books are fiction or nonfiction based on their covers and titles.

Nonfiction

Information books are nonfiction. In this language arts worksheet, your child learns about nonfiction books - what they look like, how they're organized, and how to find information in them.

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.

Dictionary

Learn how to use a dictionary! In this language arts worksheet, your child learns why dictionaries are helpful and how to use one.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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