This worksheet is a fun way to get in the Halloween spirit while also practicing reading and writing simple sentences! Using the picture clues and word options to help guide them, young learners will finish the sentences by writing in the missing words.
Vowels make more than one sound! Recognizing letters is a crucial skill for early readers. Recognizing the sounds they make is the next step. Help your child become a fluent reader and speaker with this short E lesson.
The story "My Shadow" provides the backdrop for this guided lesson on the letters I, M and J. Learning to read letter by letter allows children to focus not only on letter recognition, but on the sounds that the letters make in context. This technique provides the building blocks for reading fluency to come in kindergarten and first grade. Kids can continue their phonics practice with the accompanying worksheets.
Encouraging early literacy among children is one of Education.com’s primary goals. The following activity ideas, short stories, and worksheets will boost your child’s wordsmith skills and enhance their reading comprehension. Give your child the gift of early literacy help with the following activities and worksheets that encourage developing both reading and writing skills, making teaching early literacy that much easier.