Your Kindergartener will have a blast learning short, everyday sight words with these colorful worksheets.
What letters is the word "made" made up of? Find out on this great writing worksheet.
This worksheet's all about the word 'big': have your child trace the word first, then try writing it on his own.
Language arts skills take practice to build. This worksheet helps your child practice writing the number "seven" by tracing, writing, and drawing the word.
In this worksheet, your child will practice tracing the word "white," and then write it on her own in a sentence, helping to build strong reading skills.
This worksheet introduces your child to the word "has" by asking her to first trace the word, then write it on her own in a sentence.
On this sight word worksheet, kids write and trace the word "green," then break out that green crayon and do some coloring, too.
Ease your child into learning simple, everyday sight words with this worksheet on the word 'four'.
Learning sight words doesn't have to be boring. This worksheet adds in a fun drawing activity to get kids excited about learning to spell the word "six."
Help your kids enjoy writing with this fun, sight word worksheet. Not only do kids trace and write the word "sleep," they also get to draw a picture, too.