Kindergarten - Ela concepts

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  • Make a Word: Write the Missing Letter

    This little worksheet packs a lot of learning: not only do kids practice sounding out and building words, they get a little writing practice, too.

  • CVC Words

    Got a phonics lesson planned? Here's a great CVC word list to help you plan a lesson or project for your beginning readers.

  • Missing Letter: B and C Words

    In this worksheet, your child will say the name of each picture, listening to the beginning sound, then write the missing letter that completes the word.

  • Circle the Long Vowel

    What does a unicorn and an eagle have in common? A long vowel! Help your students practice sorting the long vowel sounds using this picture sort activity page.

  • Kindergarten Letter Roll Reading Game

    Kindergarteners can play their way to reading mastery with this printable board game that offers practice in reading and phonics, vocabulary, and word building!

  • Label the Body Parts

    This worksheet will encourage students to practice reading skills while identifying their body parts.

  • "Th" Words: A Word Family Book

    Looking for a phonics worksheet to help your child with beginning word sounds? This printable will give him practice "th" words.

  • Returning Rhyme II: Practicing "-At", "-An", "-Ap" and "-Ad" Words

    Give your beginning readers practice in reading and writing easy words that end in "-an," "-at," "-ap" and "-ad" sounds with this fun worksheet!

  • Long Vowel Picture Sort

    What does a bee and a unicorn have in common? Long vowels! Practice sorting the long vowel sounds using this cut and paste picture sort activity page.

  • "Sh" Words: A Word Family Book

    Help your child learn beginning word sounds with this printable phonics worksheet, which is all about "sh" words.

  • Welcome to Word Families: -ig Words

    Board the word family train with this worksheet that focuses on words that end in -ig.

  • -an Word Family

    Help your beginning reader learn about word families with this worksheet that asks her to trace words in the word family -an.

  • My Word Family Book: "-At"

    Challenge your child to create a word family book filled with words that are part of the "-at" family.

  • Words That Rhyme with "Man"

    Help your child with his reading skills by introducing him to the word family with this phonics worksheet, which teaches the word family "-an".

  • "An" Words: My Word Family Book

    Does your child need practice with reading? This worksheet is all about "an" words.

  • "Wh" Words: A Word Family Book

    Help your child learn beginning word sounds with this printable phonics worksheet, which is all about "wh" words.

  • "Ph" Words: A Word Family Book

    Looking for a phonics worksheet to help your child with beginning word sounds? This printable will give him practice with words that start with "ph".

  • Meet the "-at" Sound: Word Families

    Help your child improve his reading skills with this printable phonics worksheet, which teaches the word family "-at".

  • Sight Word: The

    Practice sight words with this simple sight word worksheet.

  • Word Families: More with the "-an" Family

    Give your child some help with his reading skills with this printable phonics worksheet, which teaches the word family "-an".

  • Say it, Trace it, Write it!

    With this printable worksheet, your students will practice reading and writing short a words, then have the opportunity to color!

  • Mid-Year Assessment: Sentence Writing

    Assess your students’ ability to write sentences using this fun writing assessment.

  • My Animal Alphabet Chart

    Turn your alphabet lesson into an imaginary trip to the zoo with this animal alphabet exercise. Students will practice letter-sound correspondence as they color in their very own animal alphabet chart.

  • Make a Short A Word

    Help your kindergarten student practice their beginning reading skills by making their very own CVC (consonant-vowel-consonant) words in this fun worksheet focusing on short a words.