Hey Diddle, Diddle
In this reading practice worksheet, your child will read two poems aloud and then write the last line for a third poem.
Itsy Bitsy Spider
Skill: Rhyming words
Up the water spout!
This early reading and writing worksheet will give your child practice reading this classic rhyme. He or she will also draw and write all the words with the “ai” pattern, such as rain, and again.
Skill: Medial sounds
When it snows on your toes
The more it snows the more it goes … In this reading worksheet, your child will read a poem by A.A. Milne, and identify all the words with the ow, and o_e vowel sound.
Skill: Letter sounds (phonemes)
Belly shiver, jelly quiver
Some words sound like their meaning — such as squish. In this fun reading worksheet, your child will read two poems with words including squelch, squiff, and squeegee, and then they will create a list of words that sound like their meanings.
A mysterious story
Skill: Nouns and pronouns
A moody poem knocking at the door
In this language arts worksheet, your child will get practice identifying both pronouns and nouns by comparing a section of a tale with pronouns replacing nouns.