Teachers and Parents
.I have created a Dolch word list of 52 Kindergarten words that adhere to the Common Core Standards. This may also be used for remedial first graders., special ed classes, and ESL classes.
This bundle entitled My Dolch Word Booklet consists of 22 pages including answer sheets.
.Objectives: Word recognition, eye hand coordination, color
.Directions: The children are to trace the word, then write it in the
box.After they do this, they are to color in the balloon
with the specified color.
all, am are, at, ate, be, black, brown, but, came, did, do,eat, four, get, good, have, he, into, like must, new, no, now on, our, out, please, pretty, ran, ride, saw, say, she, so, soon, that, there, they, this, too, under, want, was, well, went, what, white, who, will, with, yes
If you found this item to be helpful, please take a look at the links below. I have many more worksheets, packets, and Common Core "I CAN," Statements in both Reading/Literature and Math for grades K-6. Follow me and share with your colleagues.
KINDERGARTEN COMMON CORE READING/LITERATURE "I CAN" CARDS
This is the entire set of “I CAN” Statements to be used with the KINDERGARTEN COMMON CORE Curriculum. It includes cards for Reading/Literature, Reading Informational Text, Reading Foundational Skills, Writing, Speaking and Listening, and Language.
A IS FOR ALLIGATOR
This is a colorful, powerpoint alphabet practice that goes along with the Common Core Standards for K, may also be used for Pre-K and Grade 1. Just what a busy classroom teacher, or homeschooling parents need to reinforce alphabet skills. Your children will love doing this because they get to use the computer, and it is fun. They are presented with slides and they are to choose the pictures that begin with the letter shown, or they are asked to choose the pictures that do not begin with the letter shown.
WHAT LETTER COMES BEFORE OR AFTER
THIS COLORFUL SET OF WORKSHEETS can be used as part of an assessment of what children know, or reinforcement for alphabet practice. Students are to put the capital or small letter that comes before or after the letter that is written. There is an answer sheet included.
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