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Reading Printables for Ages 6-7

Reading Printables for Ages 6-7

 
Before kids share a book with a friend, ask them to have this book review “handy.”
An adorable coloring sheet inspired by “Patti Cake and Her New Doll” by Patricia Reilly Giff and illustrated by Laura J. Bryant.
Ask your reader to write what he or she thinks a book will be about before reading it.
Encourage your children to show someone how much they care this year by writing a personal note. They can practice their writing skills and learn how to send a letter in the mail.
Help your children develop their vocabulary with our printable Valentine word search! Look from top to bottom, left to right, and don't forget diagonals.
Help your child cut out the letters below to form the word "Valentine." Then have him use the letters to form as many words as he can. Don't forget that he can color in the squares!
Make reading a New Year’s resolution with this printable.
Introduce your growing reader to rhyme with this challenging word match activity that utilizes popular sight words.
Your child will love making his own Flip-O-Rama just like George and Harold did in the Captain Underpants series.
Encourage kids to record their thoughts and give a score to each book they read.
Rank the books your kids read and keep score of which is the best they have read so far.
Zoe and her little sister, Addie, love to look at the stars. Download this connect-the-dots sheet inspired by ZOE’S ROOM (NO SISTERS ALLOWED) by Bethanie Murguia.
Zoe rules as Queen of the Universe -- or at least her room. Download this activity sheet inspired by inspired by ZOE’S ROOM (NO SISTERS ALLOWED) and ask your child to draw a picture of her own room.
Help beloved book character Zoe get through this tricky maze. Inspired by ZOE’S ROOM (NO SISTERS ALLOWED) by Bethanie Murguia.

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