Kindergarten - Ela concepts
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- Practice Tracing the Letter V
First, kids trace lines on this prekindergarten writing worksheet to strengthen the fine motor skills needed to form the letter V. Then they trace the letter V!
- All About Me Report
Kindergarteners will get handwriting practice and love sharing about their lives as they write a report all about them using this colorful worksheet!
- 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.
- Supporting Sentences
Every paragraph is made up of a topic sentence and supporting sentences to go with it! Learn the basics of paragraph writing and contextual reading.
- 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.
- Say What?
Kindergarteners love being silly! They’ll laugh like crazy while practicing their handwriting using this hilarious worksheet.
- Baking a Cake
Help your kindergarten students learn about sequencing as they help Evan bake a cake!
- Copy It!
Yum, that looks good! Kindergarteners will love practicing their handwriting using this fun food-themed worksheet!
- Brainzy Presents: Floyd and Roly's Amazing Adventures
Floyd and Roly are best friends and neighbors! Help your child stretch his writing skills with this fill-in-the-speech-bubbles worksheet.
- My Family
Inspire your students to write a poem about what they love most, their families! Help your students hone their poetry writing skills by writing a list poem about their families.
- After School Story
In this worksheet, students will write a story about their recent history using important storytelling words like first, next, after, and finally. Challenge your students to write an interesting ending!
- Getting Ready for Snow
Ask your kindergarten students to help Sam get ready in the right order. In this activity, students will learn about sequencing.
- Trace the Transitions… Then End Strong!
With this printable worksheet, students practice writing transition words and identify strong endings for stories.
- Write and Count
Reading, writing, and counting...this worksheet has it all! Kindergarten students practice identifying and reading a sentence, while also honing their counting skills in this fun activity!
- Story Planning Worksheet
A fictional story has many parts that require planning. Young writers will love using this planning sheet to plan out their setting, characters, problem, solution, and choose a title.
- Story Board
Young writers will love using this planning sheet to plan out their very own fairy tale. It includes sections for planning the characters, setting, and three parts of the story.
- Strong Endings
Kiss “The End” goodbye! This activity gets students to practice using more interesting story endings.
- Brainzy Presents: The Amazing Adventures of Super Floyd and Officer Ice Cream
Super Floyd and Officer Ice Cream are off on an adventure! Help the dynamic duo save the day by filling in their speech bubbles.
- Ladybug Life Cycle
Help your kindergarten students learn about sequencing and science as they learn about the five stages in a ladybugs life.
- Supporting Sentence Match-Up
How do these sentences fit together? Learn a bit about story context and comprehension with this fun matching activity.
- Georgie Porgie
What is Georgie Porgie up to? Build phonics and comprehension skills with this nursery rhyme worksheet.
- Writing Revision Checklist
Teach your kindergarten students how to improve a piece of written work. Aspiring writers can use this revision checklist to make their writing even better!
- Animal Poems
This activity encourages your students to write a poem about their favorite animals! Help your students hone their poetry writing skills using this list poem template.
- Supporting Sentence Mix Up
These groups of sentences are missing a supporting sentence! Help your child learn to read for context clues with this matching activity.