This cute worksheet for kindergarten will give your youngsters practice learning new words by reading, writing and spelling them.
Our latest set of kindergarten worksheets feature word families that are simple for early learners. We've added fun pictures to attract -- and keep -- kids' attention!
Before presenting this worksheet, do some board work with your entire class (or your own child) to introduce the UG word family.
Here are more kindergarten worksheets that follow this same pattern but with different word families. Your kids will love them!
This Man - This worksheet for kindergarten features the AN words man, ran, fan, and pan. (Just why did the man run from the fan???)
Dots on Pots - One dot on a pot is hot. The other is not. Kids look at the pictures and finish the sentences with OT words.
The Big Pigs - This whimsical page features a muddy pig with a wig, and pig that does a jig. What a fun way to learn the IG family of words!
The Pet Jet - A kindergarten writing worksheet featuring words from the ET family. After a classroom discussion, kids can write or finish their own story about an interesting picture.
My New Job: Another reading and spelling worksheet for your early learner to individualize. What a fun way to gain language skills! These are also fun to illustrate.
K-1 phonics worksheets - 5 free worksheets provide practice with simple short vowel words. Here's a peek at part of one of the pages. Each page is bit different. Students get lots of printing practice with easy words.
Rhyme Time! Kids will say the name of the first picture in each row, trace the word, find another picture in the same row that rhymes with the first picture, and then color all the pictures. This is FUN phonics practice! A second page features long vowel sounds.
NEW! Animal Paths - Kindergartners follow three animal paths to find three animals. On each path, they'll find the letters needed to spell each animal name!
Homework worksheets - 2 pages that are especially simple to do at home. String the letters to complete sight words, or find the hidden color words and write them correctly inside the crayons. Great for kindergarten or first grade.