By tracing and then writing the sight words on their own, your preschooler will practice penmanship and broaden his vocabulary at the same time.
Ease your child into learning simple, everyday sight words with this worksheet on the word 'four'.
Write and draw the word "round" in this sight words worksheet. Kids will write, trace, and color the word "round" in this worksheet.
This fun worksheet, all about the word "grow," is chock-full of fine motor skills practice, including tracing, writing, and even a coloring activity, too!
What letters is the word "made" made up of? Find out on this great writing worksheet.
Learning how to read and write numbers is an important building block. This worksheet focuses on reading and writing the word "eight."
This worksheet practices spelling, handwriting, and reading comprehension skills by asking kids to trace and write the word "two."
Don't you want your child to become a pro at sight words? Print out this fun sheet, all about the word "don't."
On this sight word worksheet, kids write and trace the word "green," then break out that green crayon and do some coloring, too.
This worksheet builds reading and writing skills, and shows kids that reading can be fun! Kids practice tracing the word "fly", then write it in a sentence.