Kindergarten - Ela concepts

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  • Beginning Sentences

    How does this paragraph start? Learn to read for context clues and use inference with this worksheet on topic sentences!

  • List of Pronouns for Kids

    What is a pronoun? This worksheet gives a brief definition and a list of pronouns for kids. Match each noun to the pronoun that replaces it in a sentence.

  • Transition Words

    Transition words help us to link together sentences to form a whole paragraph! Help your little writer get to know key words with some cut-out flash cards.

  • Preposition Examples

    In, on, at, this worksheet goes above expectation to give examples of prepositions.

  • Read About Plurals

    It’s time to explore plural nouns! With this worksheet, students will practice reading sentences while touching each word, then analyze the plural nouns in the sentences.

  • Changing Nouns to Pronouns

    Help your child practice changing nouns to pronouns. Read the sentence along with him and help him choose the right word to replace the place or people named.

  • Read and Trace: Complete Sentences

    Kindergarten students are excited to become writers! Help them develop their reading and writing skills as they practice reading and tracing simple sentences using this helpful worksheet.

  • Plural Forms of Words

    This worksheet gives young kids concrete practice with plural forms of words.

  • Topic Sentences

    Organize sentences into complete paragraphs in this worksheet! Help your little writer learn to use inference with this topic sentences worksheet.

  • Parts of Speech Word Hunt

    Students will search for verbs, conjunctions, adjectives, articles, possessive pronouns, and nouns. Then, they will categorize that word by coloring it a certain color. Just read, think, and color!

  • Trace the Sentence

    Kindergarten students are budding writers! Help them develop their reading and writing skills as they practice tracing simple sentences using this fun worksheet.

  • Finish the Sentence: My Day at School

    Kindergarten students are budding writers! Help them develop their reading and writing skills as they practice finishing simple sentences using this handy worksheet.

  • Finish the Sentence: My Morning

    Kindergarten students are budding writers! Help them develop their reading and writing skills as they practice finishing simple sentences using this handy worksheet.

  • Jump Into Writing: Write a "Dog" Sentence

    Inspire your kindergartener to write a make-believe sentence about her favorite dog!

  • Beginning Writing: Write a "Bee" Sentence

    Buzz, buzz, buzz! Get your kindergartener buzzing about bees with this beginning writing worksheet. Writing has never been this fun!

  • Preposition Crossword

    No matter what grade your young reader is in a preposition crossword will bost his language skills, vocabulary and spelling ability.

  • Jump Into Writing: Write a "Car" Sentence

    What little boy doesn't love thinking about, talking about, and playing with cars? Encourage him to put his love to the pen by writing a sentence about a car.

  • Jump Into Writing: Write a "Cat" Sentence

    Furry and cute, cats aren't just great to cuddle with. Help your kindergartener write an imaginative sentence about a favorite pet, or an imagined cat.

  • Jump Into Writing: Write a "Bug" Sentence

    Help your kindergartener improve his all-around writing skills with a made-up sentence about an interesting insect.

  • Jump Into Writing: Write a "Jellyfish" Sentence

    Help your kindergartener reach deep into her imagination to jot down a creative sentence about one or many jellyfish.

  • Jump Into Writing: Write a "Frog" Sentence

    Inspire your kindergartener's imagination by helping her write a very "froggy" sentence!

  • Jump Into Writing: Write an "Owl" Sentence

    Is your kindergartener interested in owls? Help her author her own sentence about these beautiful, nocturnal animals.

  • Jump Into Writing: Write a "Flower" Sentence

    Get your child's creative juices flowing by encouraging her to write and illustrate a sentence about a colorful spring flower.

  • Jump Into Writing: Write a "Fish" Sentence

    This underwater-themed worksheet gets your kindergartener writing about a scaly sea creature--or a pet goldfish.