In this phonics worksheet, learners will say the words in each row out loud, then circle the item that has a different beginning sound.
These celestial words are all missing their first letter! Kids completing this kindergarten reading worksheet write the correct letter to complete each word.
Help your beginning readers practice phonics and expand their reading vocabulary with this rhyme match worksheet.
The letter A is awesome! Add color to the apples with uppercase and lowercase A's by following the color guide. Then count the number of apples.
This beginning reader's word search gets your kid to practice important vocabulary words, and he'll have a blast while he's at it!
This word search is all about sight words beginning with the letter A! Get your child ready for reading and writing with a fun word search.
Get to know the "an" family! Look at the pictures of words ending in "an," then fill in the missing letter to complete each word.
Help your preschooler learn the alphabet and practice letter M sounds all while having fun and coloring!
First, kids trace lines on this prekindergarten writing worksheet to strengthen the fine motor skills needed to form the letter M. Then they trace the letter M!
Find rhyming words with your little learner! Decide the best rhyme that will finish each sentence.
Draw and label two objects beginning with the letter D then practice writing D's in the space provided.
Children will enjoy sorting short vowel words with this cut-and-paste activity.
Get to know the "at" word family with this assemble-yourself mini book.
First graders practice recognizing long e by coloring the pictures that have a long e sound.
Help your learners get lots of practice identifying short vowel sounds as they complete this fun worksheet!
Give them lots of practice sorting short vowel sounds using this fun sorting worksheet.
In this worksheet, children read along to a classic nursery rhyme, counting the M's as they go.
Young learners color, count, and learn about syllables in this sweet, fruit-themed worksheet.
More than just an exercise in sounding words out, this worksheet asks kids to find the words with the short e sound.
Bunny, sunny, tummy, honey. Kids love to rhyme. Fill in the blanks with the rhyming words to make this poem not only sound great, but make sense too.
Children will look at nine illustrations, then select the color that rhymes with each.
Does your student know what a rhyme is and how to make one? Determine the extent of their rhyming knowledge with this assessment worksheet.
Children color in the objects a firefighter uses in the line of duty, then label them using a word bank.
Children practice recognizing and counting syllables in this playful interactive worksheet.
Sight word bingo is fun for kids who are learning new words. This sight word bingo game features simple words for preschoolers.