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Reading Printables for Ages 8-10

Reading Printables for Ages 8-10

 
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.
Make reading a New Year’s resolution with this printable.
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.
Find out how much wacky stuff you know about the United States. How many of these questions can you answer?
Build your child's vocabulary with this reading exercise.
Rebuses are optical illusions that use pictures to represent words or parts of words. Can you child solve these rebuses?
Your child will love solving this riddle by comprehending this passage on the history of gum.
Have fun with homophones and see if your kid can correctly complete the sentences in this printable worksheet.
Instill a love for words in your children with this activity.
Help strengthen your child's reading skills with this printable worksheet focusing on classifying and categorizing.
Can your child find all the misspelled words on this fun worksheet?

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