Challenge your child to create a word family book filled with words that are part of the "-at" family. In this phonics worksheet your child will need to fill in the blanks with the beginning letters of the words that rhyme, and then color the pictures. You can have your child say what each picture is out loud to decide what the beginning letter is in each word.  Then, cut the paper into four pieces and staple it into a book! Your child can add more pages as he learns new members of the "-at" family. (Hint: The past tense of "sit", a kind of rodent, an annoying insect.)