Printing the Word "went"
In this printing practice worksheet, students trace and write the manuscript letters w, e, n, and t to write the word "went". Students write 11 words.
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Vowel Digraph Activities for au and aw
It can be awfully hard teaching young children how to read, but this phonics resource will make the job a little easier. Focusing on the au and aw vowel digraphs, this collection of engaging activities teaches beginning readers how to...
K - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Regular Verb List + d Silent Final E Words
These fifty-two sheets will give a great amount of practice in both handwriting and verb endings. Students practice writing 260 regular and irregular verbs 3 times each. Students write each word and its past tense using the ending "-ed"...
Pre-K - 1st English Language Arts
Weekly Lesson Plan for Shared Reading
Reading is fun! Here, practice making predictions and instill concepts of print including the front of the book's features, the text's message, the connection between text and illustrations, and directionality with these daily reading...
K English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
More Nursery Rhymes
Jack and Jill went up the... bell? As your budding readers and writers begin to recognize simple words and rhyme, use these incomplete sentences as practice. There are three lines from familiar nursery rhymes here, each missing the last...
K - 1st English Language Arts CCSS: Designed