Sight Words

Sight Words

Point out common sight words such as "see," "in," "a," and "like" in books, billboards, and movie posters. This will help your child gain familiarity with simple year one sight words.
Start introducing common sight words such as "see," "in," "a," and "like." Give students plenty of opportunities to read, spell, and say these words through games, poems, and shared reading.
Write the Sight Words:
Write the Sight Words: "See"
Worksheet
Write the Sight Words: "See"
See if your young writer can spell the word "see" in this worksheet. Kids will trace the word "see" letter by letter, then add it to a sentence.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Write and Draw Sight Words: In
Write and Draw Sight Words: In
Worksheet
Write and Draw Sight Words: In
By completing this sheet, preschoolers will practise their handwriting and build their budding vocabulary.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Pre-Kindergarten Sight Words: Here to Like
Pre-year one Sight Words: Here to Like
Worksheet
Pre-year one Sight Words: Here to Like
Help your pre-kindergartener get a head start on reading with these sight word flash cards that you can tape around the house. Includes words from here to like.
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Spruce Up The Sight Word: See
Spruce Up The Sight Word: See
Worksheet
Spruce Up The Sight Word: See
Looking to introduce some fun into learning sight words? Ask your preschooler to design a sight word creature out of a classic sight word: "see."
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Sight Words Memory Game
Sight Words Memory Game
Activity
Sight Words Memory Game
Does your child need help reading common words? Make this family board game. It's so fun, she won't even realise she's learning!
Year one
Activity
Sight Words Hopper
Sight Words Hopper
Game
Sight Words Hopper
Your kid listens to the cues and clicks on the corresponding sight words.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Game

Sorting

Sorting

When your child is playing with blocks, dolls, or small toys, have them separate the objects by colour, shape, or size. This will help build sorting skills, which are important for year one maths. Use these resources to practise kindergarten and year one maths concepts.
In the first couple of weeks, have students play with various maths manipulatives like inch tiles, counting bears, linker cubes, etc. Give students plenty of opportunities to get familiar with these materials and sort these objects by colour, shape, size, etc. Use these resources to practise kindergarten and year one maths concepts.
Silly Shapes: Make an Alien!
Silly Shapes: Make an Alien!
Worksheet
Silly Shapes: Make an Alien!
Help your preschoolers sort out the silly shapes included on this printable to design a kooky alien of their own, strengthening their maths foundation.
Kindergarten
Maths
Worksheet
Preschool Math: Everyday Shapes #3
Kindergarten maths: Everyday Shapes #3
Worksheet
Kindergarten maths: Everyday Shapes #3
Help your preschooler make a shape connection by drawing a line from each shape name to the everyday object that resembles it.
Kindergarten
Maths
Worksheet
Make a Bar Graph
Make a Bar Graph
Worksheet
Make a Bar Graph
This adorable worksheet takes the stress out of maths by making it a hands-on experiment.
Year one
Maths
Worksheet
Cut-Out Graph: Chairs
Cut-Out Graph: Chairs
Worksheet
Cut-Out Graph: Chairs
This sturdy worksheet take the stress out of maths by making it a hands-on experiment.
Year one
Maths
Worksheet
Counting Animal Prints
Counting Animal Prints
Worksheet
Counting Animal Prints
Three different types of animal prints can be found in this worksheet. Students will practise counting by adding up all the prints.
Year one
Maths
Worksheet
Counting in the Kitchen
Counting in the Kitchen
Game
Counting in the Kitchen
Your kid will identify quantities as fast as possible to serve hungry customers.
Kindergarten
Maths
Game
Sorting Fun!
Sorting Fun!
Lesson plan
Sorting Fun!
Introduce your class to the concept of sorting with this interactive lesson that encourages participation from your whole class!
Year one
Maths
Lesson plan
Where Does it Fit?
Where Does it Fit?
Lesson plan
Where Does it Fit?
Help your students learn how to sort and categorize everyday objects in this fun partner focused lesson plan!
Year one
Maths
Lesson plan

One-to-One Word Correspondence

One-to-One Word Correspondence

Help your child learn to make a connection to words you say and words you read by pointing to each word as you read picture books together.
Be sure to model one-to-one word correspondence while reading. Pick a familiar book to read out loud and point to each word while reading.
Matching Words
Matching Words
Worksheet
Matching Words
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
More Than One
More Than One
Lesson plan
More Than One
Let’s get reading and writing! In this lesson, students learn to form and recognise regular plural nouns. But the fun doesn’t stop there. Students will work with counting collections to write sentences about the objects they count.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan
All About Plural Nouns
All About Plural Nouns
Lesson plan
All About Plural Nouns
This lesson plan is a great introduction to recognizing and forming plural nouns for your year one ELs. This can be used as a stand alone or support lesson for the More Than One Nouns lesson plan.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Lesson plan
Word for Word Match
Word for Word Match
Worksheet
Word for Word Match
Matching up words in this worksheet will help your young student practise sight words, scissor skills, and one-to-one correspondence!
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Coded Pointing
Coded Pointing
Worksheet
Coded Pointing
It's time to make tracking words more fun! Students will have a blast pointing along with this colorful worksheet as they practise one-to-one correspondence.
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Point It Out
Point It Out
Worksheet
Point It Out
Using fun materials can make following along as an adult reads much more exciting. In this activity, students will point out each word with different items to practise one-to-one correspondence.
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Pets: Level A
Pets: Level A
Story
Pets: Level A
In this interactive story, early readers can learn about different types of pets and what they are like -- which hop, which slither, and which bark.
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
Story

Letter Writing

Letter Writing & Formation

Provide your child with ample opportunities to practise letter writing through worksheets, activities, games, and arts and crafts projects.
As a class, practise letter formation and sounds interactively on white boards.
Writing the Letter a
Writing the Letter a
Worksheet
Writing the Letter a
This lowercase handwriting worksheet asks your child to practise writing the letter a.
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Writing the Letter e
Writing the Letter e
Worksheet
Writing the Letter e
Practise spotting, tracing, and writing the lowercase letter e with your year one or kindergarten-age child on this worksheet.
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Writing the Letter i
Writing the Letter i
Worksheet
Writing the Letter i
Work with your kindergarten or year one student to first find the lowercase letter i and then to write it on this worksheet.
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Writing the Letter o
Writing the Letter o
Worksheet
Writing the Letter o
This worksheet takes your preschooler or kindergartener through the steps of learning to identify, trace, and write the lowercase letter o.
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Writing the Letter u
Writing the Letter u
Worksheet
Writing the Letter u
Work together with your kindergarten or year one-age child to first recognise the lowercase letter u, then trace and write it
Year one
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
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