Interest Level: Grades 2 - 5
Grade Level Equivalent: 3.7
Interest Level: Grades PreK - K
Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
Grade Level Equivalent: 2.4
Genre: Informational, Adventure, Fantasy, Science Fiction and Fantasy
Treat your child to stories in verse and poetry collections that make learning to read a delight.
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Three easy activities build writing skills now and prepare your child for school this fall.
Written language needs to be purposeful and meaningful to your child. Try these activities.
How many words can you make?
Practice punctuation with this easy-to-make game.
This printable, based on a classic nursery rhyme, is great for children of all ages.
Make a valentine for someone special! Color and decorate the card however you like and help your child write a message inside.
Children will love practicing writing the number 5 with this printable activity page.
Super Chicken is looking for a dolphin, a starfish, and a fish. Can you find them?
He’s got the “write” stuff. Encourage kids to practice writing.
The "write" stuff: Let your child see you writing.
Encouraging kids to journal creates better writers.
This printable will show kids how to write limericks.