These Spanish worksheets are great for early Spanish or bilingual readers still learning to decode and make sense of sentences.
These activities make great independent or take-home work.
The sheets increase in phonetic difficulty, meaning they can be used to scaffold or differentiate. For example, some sheets feature only sentences with blends and/or the soft /c/ and /g/ sounds.
The use of real pictures also makes these worksheets perfect for older students, particularly Spanish-speaking ELLs and SIFE, who are still developing literacy in their native language.