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Free Kindergarten CVC Worksheet – Free Printable Worksheet
Practice writing CVC words with this free printable worksheet. Look at each picture and say the name. Write the beginning, middle, and ending letters to spell the words. Color the pictures when done. This is good practice for beginning readers who have already mastered the letter sounds, and can hear individual beginning, medial, and ending sounds.
Free Primary Lined Writing Paper with Drawing Art Box – Free Printable Worksheet – Free Worksheet.
Draw a picture and write about it using this free writing template for primary grades. There are so many uses for this writing page from creating a story with illustrations to making a science observation journal. This is a practice writing and fun art activity.
Free 1st Grade Math – Subtraction 1 Digit Worksheet – Free Printable Worksheet
Review and practice making 10 with ten frames and addition sentences. Students will draw more pictures in the 10 Frame to make 10 total, then they can write the number to complete each number sentence. This provides great extra practice for kids.
Free Kindergarten 1 Digit Spring Subtraction Worksheet – 1st Grade Worksheet
Review and practice single digit subtraction with this free spring printable worksheet. This provides great extra practice for kinder and 1st Grade students.
Students use the pictures to help solve the subtraction problems. Draw an X on each picture that is subtracted.
Free Kindergarten and 1st Grade Sight Word Worksheet – (she) – ELA Worksheet 1st Grade and Kindergarten
Practice reading and writing high frequency words with this free printable worksheet. Students will practice finding and recognizing the sight word, write it, trace it, read it, and cut and paste the letters to make it.
There are many more high frequency words available. Click the link to view the entire list of words currently available.
Free Beginning Sounds Worksheet – Letter R – Kindergarten Phonics
Practice the beginning sound for the letter /r/ with this free printable worksheet. Students will practice writing the uppercase and lowercase letter. Next, they should color all the pictures that begin with the letter sound.
Learning letter sounds and recognizing the beginning sounds in words is an important part of learning to read. Once students also learn the ending sound and middle sounds of simple 3 letter CVC words, they can begin to blend the sounds together and learn to read. Additionally, they can begin to sound out and spell simple words phonetically. Great practice for pre-k or kindergarten students.
It’s important to combine this phonetic reading with memorizing sight words such as “the, can, see, I” etc.