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Using this Here and There Primer Sight Words Reading Comprehension Worksheet, students build their reading comprehension and phonics skills while reading primer sight words.
Using Compass Rose Worksheet, students fill in the cardinal directions on the Compass Rose.
Using Context Clues Worksheet, students use context clues to figure out definitions of unknown words in a sentence.
Using this Story Map Graphic Organizer, students fill in as many details as you can about the characters, the setting, and what is happening in the story.
Using this Fry's 300 Sight Words List, students can use this word list as a reference when they are practicing building and reading 300 high frequency words.
Using this Haunted House CVC Mat Activity, students place letter tiles on the picture cards to create CVC words.
Using the Blends, Digraphs, and Trigraphs Activity, students create lists of words that have beginning and ending blends, digraphs, or trigraphs.
Using Note Taking and Summarizing Graphic Organizer, students take notes on a story using this graphic organizer in order to summarize a book or story.
Using this Classifying Nouns, Verbs, or Adjectives Worksheet, students sort objects into three categories based on what part of speech it is.
Using this Apple CVC Mat Activity, students build CVC words using colorful apple tiles to use during your apple themed week!
Using What Kind of Sentence? Worksheet, students determine the types of sentences: commands, statements, exclamations, or questions.
This Weather Alphabetical Order Worksheet will teach your students how to put twenty words about weather in ABC order and build vocabulary.
Using Verbs Fill in the Blank Worksheet, students fill in the blanks with verbs to build their understanding of parts of speech.
Using this Blends Word List, students can use this word list as a reference when they are practicing building and reading words that have blends.
Using this Digraphs Word List, students can use this word list as a reference when they are practicing building and reading words that have digraphs.
Using this Creating Complete Sentences Worksheet, students rewrite incomplete thoughts into complete sentences.
Using this Identify Common or Proper Nouns Worksheet, students read sentences to determine if the underlined noun is a common or proper.
Using Prefix RE Worksheet, students read the sentences and add re and write the new word into the blank.