My son is left handed and he looks very awkward and uncomfortable when he tries to write. His writing is pretty illegible as well.
Little - This pre-primer Dolch sight word recognition worksheet features the word little. Students will trace the word, identify the word, fill in missing letters to spell the word, and complete sentences using the word little.
Kindergarten Reading, Phonics, Vocabulary, and Alphabet Worksheets Reading Worksheets See, Say, Write, and Read - Students will look at the words see, in, bunny and hat, say and print each word and read sentences containing the same words. See, Say, Read, and Write - This reading readiness worksheet focuses on the words the, jump, and can.
Reading Readiness Worksheet 2 - Use the words book, chair, hat, bike, and dog to complete sentences. Reading Readiness 1 - Complete each sentence with a word from the word box, then color the pictures. Draw a Story - Students will draw a three-frame story in sequence on worksheet 1 and a four-frame story in sequence on worksheet 2.
Matching Words worksheets A and B - Students will circle the matching pre-primer Dolch words on these two worksheets.
Betsy Bear - Students will cut and paste pictures in order to match the story of Betsy Bear. A sequence of three worksheet. See, Say, Write, and Read - Read and print the words see, boy, and girl, then complete the sentences using the words boy and girl.
Look, Think and Read - Students will mark the sentence telling what each dog is doing. Look, Think and Read Worksheet 2 - Students will read the sentences and mark the sentence that best describes the bunny in the picture.
Look, Think and Read Worksheet 3 - Students will look at the picture and circle the sentence describing the emotion shown.
Look, Think and Read Worksheet 4 - Students will look at the pictures and identify the sentence that describes the picture. Nouns on the Farm - Fill in the blanks using nouns from the word box.
Vocabulary Worksheets Funny Animals Worksheets 1 and 2 - These two worksheets incorporates printing practice, spelling, vocabulary, and reading skills. Popular Pets - Your child will read, trace, and print the names of five popular pets.
Making Three Letter Words with i and e - Build vocabulary and spelling skills when making new words with i and e. Making Three Letter Words with o and e - Students will write words on butterfly wings that have the letters o and e in the middle.
Making Three Letter Words with a and u - Students will make new words using the letters o and e in the middle. Last Letter Animals - Color the pictures and complete the spelling of dog, cat, pig, and fox. Word Recognition - Circle the sentence that describes the picture.
Making Farm Words - Choose the black and white or color version of this worksheet and ask students to add a letter to the beginning of each word to correctly spell a farm animal name.
Boxed In Words - This file includes five worksheets in which students will write 40 sight words in word shape boxes. Alphabet Fun - Learning the order of letters in alphabet. Animal Fun - Students will print the words bee, bear, cub, and duck then color the pictures.
Beginning Sounds d, j, k, m, w - Students will say the name of each picture and circle the letter with the same beginning sound. Beginning Sounds h, c, t, a, b - Students will name the pictures and circle the letter that has the same beginning sound as the picture.
Beginning Sound of Letter M - Students will say the name of each picture and color the pictures that begin with the M sound.
The Sound of D - Students will practice printing the letter D and color pictures that begin with the D sound. The Sound of Letter b - Circle ten things in this picture that begin with letter b.Handwriting seems to have lost some of its attraction over the last years.
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I start with a positive comment: “I like the way you remember to put your name on all of your papers, Stephanie!”.