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Writing Printables for Ages 6-7

Writing Printables for Ages 6-7

 
Ask kids to make up answers for each of these fill-in-the-blanks, then plug those words into the story below!
Ask your reader to write what he or she thinks a book will be about before reading it.
Help kids to connect to their favorite authors using this fun activity sheet.
Ask kids to fill in the blanks to create their own version of the poem "Roses Are Read."
Limericks are 5-line poems with a specific rhyme pattern. Use this printable to teach kids to create their own.
Help your child practice counting and strengthen fine motor skills with this adorable connect-the-dots activity inspired by “A Bunny in the Ballet” by Robert Beck.
Introduce your growing reader to rhyme with this challenging word match activity that utilizes popular sight words.
Practice counting and the alphabet with your child this holiday season, with this connect-the-dots activity. Inspired by "How Do Dinosaurs Say Happy Chanukah?...
Practice grammar with your young reader with this fun fill-in-the-blank activity.
George and Harold from Captain Underpants travel through time to encounter these words, but your child only has to search through this page! Can your child find all...
Your child will hit the ball out of the park with this baseball word search inspired by "Homer."
Read "Stay" by Michaela Muntean, a story about love, acceptance, and staying positive, with your child and extend the learning experience with this word...
Encourage your child’s problem solving skills with this maze. Inspired by "LaRue Across America" by Mark Teague.
This connect-the-dots activity will keep your child guessing about which dinosaur Bailey is looking at! Inspired by "Bailey at the Museum" by Harry Bliss.

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