CVC Words & Word Families

CVC Words & Word Families

Practise and review CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words through word families and rhyming words.
Practise and review CVC words through word families and rhyming words. Have students play games with various word families, like "at", "am" "it" and "in."
My Word Family Book:
My Word Family Book: "At" Words
Worksheet
My Word Family Book: "At" Words
Get to know the "at" word family with this assemble-yourself mini book.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Word Family Puzzle: -IT
Word Family Puzzle: -IT
Worksheet
Word Family Puzzle: -IT
Find the pieces that F-IT with this -IT word family puzzle! Mix up the puzzle pieces and guide your little one in sounding out each letter and letter pair.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Match the -it and -at Words!
Match the -it and -at Words!
Worksheet
Match the -it and -at Words!
Use this fun reading and matching worksheet to help your students practise identifying and reading short vowel word families.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Wacky Word Families
Wacky Word Families
Worksheet
Wacky Word Families
Your students will love using this wacky worksheet to practise identifying and reading short vowel word families.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Time to Rhyme: Matching Rhymes #1
Time to Rhyme: Matching Rhymes #1
Worksheet
Time to Rhyme: Matching Rhymes #1
Help your beginning readers practise phonics and expand their reading vocabulary with this rhyme match worksheet.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet

Comparing Numbers: Greater Than, Less Than

Comparing Numbers: Greater Than, Less Than

Have your child practise comparing the quantities of small objects such as pennies, beads, or cereal.
Give students a lot of opportunities to practise the concept of greater than and less than through games and manipulatives. Before having students compare abstract numbers, have them compare physical materials (pennies, beads, cereal).
Count the Insects 10
Count the Insects 10
Worksheet
Count the Insects 10
I'm buggin' out! This worksheet challenges your kindergartener to count up to 20 while figuring out which group contains more bugs.
Year one
Maths
Worksheet
Numbers in the Forest
Numbers in the Forest
Worksheet
Numbers in the Forest
Have fun comparing numbers using this forest-themed worksheet. Students will love figuring out the larger numbers while coloring in the whimsical plants and animals.
Year one
Maths
Worksheet
More and Less
More and Less
Worksheet
More and Less
Using her counting skills, your child will learn the difference between more and less by figuring out which flock, gaggle, or group has the most in it.
Year one
Maths
Worksheet
Compare Numbers: Large and Small
Compare Numbers: Large and Small
Worksheet
Compare Numbers: Large and Small
Kindergarteners compare each pair of fruit and colour the one with the larger number.
Year one
Maths
Worksheet
Less or More?
Less or More?
Worksheet
Less or More?
Help your child improve his counting skills with this printable worksheet, which is all about comparing quantities.
Year one
Maths
Worksheet
Number Demolition: 11 to 20
Number Demolition: 11 to 20
Game
Number Demolition: 11 to 20
Hard hats on! Kids practise identifying numbers 11 to 20 in this demolition game.
Year one
Maths
Game
Comparing Numbers: Marshmallow Math
Comparing Numbers: Marshmallow maths
Lesson plan
Comparing Numbers: Marshmallow maths
Comparing numbers is sweet with this yummy lesson. Students use cereal as a hands on manipulative to compare numbers 0–10. A sweet treat remains for a job well done!
Year one
Maths
Lesson plan
Hungry Gator Counting
Hungry Gator Counting
Lesson plan
Hungry Gator Counting
Students will love learning how to compare numbers with Ali the alligator in this fun lesson all about number comparison! Use this as a stand alone lesson or alongside *Comparing Numbers: Marshmallow maths*
Year one
Maths
Lesson plan

Picture Clues

Picture Clues

Try doing a 'picture walk' with your child before reading a book together. Look at the first few pages of a picture book and see if your child can find clues about what the book will be about.
Model how to do a picture walk before reading a book to the class. Teach students how to 'read' pictures by infering information from them. Look at the first few pages and ask the class if the pictures give you any clues as a reader.
What’s Going on in the Classroom?
What’s Going on in the Classroom?
Worksheet
What’s Going on in the Classroom?
Get ready to read! practise reading comprehension skills using this fun read-the-picture activity with your students
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Georgie Porgie
Georgie Porgie
Worksheet
Georgie Porgie
What is Georgie Porgie up to? Build phonics and comprehension skills with this nursery rhyme worksheet.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
What’s Going on at Home?
What’s Going on at Home?
Worksheet
What’s Going on at Home?
Help your kindergarteners get ready to read as they work on their picture comprehensions skills with this fun home-themed worksheet.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Reading Without Words
Reading Without Words
Lesson plan
Reading Without Words
Playing make-believe and telling stories are favorite childhood pastimes. Thus, no matter their reading level, students will love the opportunity to “read” to others and explore pictures as they take a walk through books.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan
Monster Shout: Reading Comprehension
Monster Shout: Reading Comprehension
Game
Monster Shout: Reading Comprehension
Year one
Reading & Writing
Game
Going on a Picture Walk
Going on a Picture Walk
Lesson plan
Going on a Picture Walk
Use this helpful introduction to going on a picture walk and making predictions as a stand alone or pre lesson for the **Reading Without Words** lesson plan.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan
The Park: Level B
The Park: Level B
Story
The Park: Level B
Developed by education professionals, this levelled book exercise about a day at the park is a straight-A way to practise reading.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Story

Fun Writing Activities

Fun Writing Activities

Keep writing fun by doing simple writing exercises.
Take the time between writing units to do fun creative writing with your students!
Jump into Writing: Write a
Jump into Writing: Write a "Bird" Sentence
Worksheet
Jump into Writing: Write a "Bird" Sentence
This simple, appealing worksheet introduces children to writing basics with the help of a feathered friend!
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Jump Into Writing: Write a
Jump Into Writing: Write a "Car" Sentence
Worksheet
Jump Into Writing: Write a "Car" Sentence
What child doesn't love thinking about, talking about, and playing with cars? Encourage them to put their love to the pen by writing a sentence about a car.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Read and Trace: Complete Sentences
Read and Trace: Complete Sentences
Worksheet
Read and Trace: Complete Sentences
Year one students are excited to become writers! Help them develop their reading and writing skills as they practise reading and tracing simple sentences using this helpful worksheet.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Write and Draw Sight Words: Ride
Write and Draw Sight Words: Ride
Worksheet
Write and Draw Sight Words: Ride
Use this worksheet to help your students practise reading and writing a complete sentence, while also practising their sight words!
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Read and Write It
Read and Write It
Worksheet
Read and Write It
Use this helpful worksheet for them to work on their reading, writing, and sentence recognition skills.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
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