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Kindergarten Ela Spacing WorksheetsList of all concepts available under this subject are listed below. Worksheets are organized under various concepts within the subject. Click on concept to see the list of all worksheets available for that concept.
- Writing Ideas
It's time to brainstorm! Use this worksheet to help budding writers generate a list of ideas and topics for future stories, as well as give students a chance to practice their letter and word spacing.
- Learning to Write: In and Out
When kids start learning to write on their own, it helps to practice tracing words first. This worksheet focuses on the opposites "in" and "out".
- Write a Story!
Use this fun open-ended writing prompt to support your kindergarteners as they practice their budding writing skills.
- Fill it Up Journal Page
Help your students practice their writing skills using this journal page about their weekend. Challenge them to fill the entire page!
- My Favorite Food Journal Page
Kindergarteners will write about their favorite foods with this journal worksheet. This activity will develop your students' writing and brainstorming skills while challenging them to fill up the entire page with words!
- It Happened to Me
Invite your students to jog their memories, recall events, and write about what happened to them this morning. This worksheet challenges students to fill the entire page with words.
- In My Future
In this fun writing prompt, students will be able to envision the things they hope to accomplish by the time they turn 100.