Kindergarten Worksheets

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kindergarten

When entering kindergarten, your child should be able to recognize and match words that rhyme.

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kindergarten

During kindergarten, your child will learn to recognize and name the punctuation marks at the ends of sentences, including periods,…

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kindergarten

During kindergarten, your child will learn to spell simple words by sounding them out, such as “c-a-t” and “f-o-x.”

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1st grade

When entering first grade, your child should be able to figure out the meanings of unfamiliar words and multiple-meanings words that…

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kindergarten

During kindergarten, your child will learn to recognize and create rhyming words.

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kindergarten

When entering kindergarten, your child should be able to count to tell the number of objects.

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kindergarten

When entering kindergarten, your child should be able to count to tell the number of objects.

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kindergarten

When entering kindergarten, your child should be able to identify the initial sounds in words.

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kindergarten

When entering kindergarten, your child should be able to identify the initial sounds in words.

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kindergarten

When entering kindergarten, your child should be able to recognize and match words that rhyme.

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kindergarten

During kindergarten, your child will learn to count as many as 20 objects at a time.

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kindergarten

During kindergarten, your child will learn to count as many as 20 objects at a time.

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kindergarten

When entering kindergarten, your child should be able to understand the most common opposites, such as “happy/sad” and “stop/go.”

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kindergarten

When entering kindergarten, your child should be able to understand the most common opposites, such as “happy/sad” and “stop/go.”

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kindergarten

During kindergarten, your child will learn to spell simple words by sounding them out, such as “c-a-t” and “f-o-x.”

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kindergarten

During kindergarten, your child will learn to read common, high-frequency words by sight, such as “the,” “of,” “to” and “you.”

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kindergarten

During kindergarten, your child will learn to read common, high-frequency words by sight, such as “the,” “of,” “to” and “you.”

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kindergarten

When entering kindergarten, your child should be able to recognize numbers 1 to 20 and count them in sequence.

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1st grade

When entering first grade, your child should be able to figure out the meanings of unfamiliar words and multiple-meanings words that…

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kindergarten

During kindergarten, your child will learn to compare two numbers, determining if one is greater than, less than or equal to the other.

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kindergarten

During kindergarten, your child will learn to add and subtract simple facts. For example, 3 + 7 = 10 and 10 — 5 = 5.

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kindergarten

During kindergarten, your child will learn to count and say the syllables in spoken words. For example, your child should understand…

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kindergarten

During kindergarten, your child will learn to identify beginning sounds in words and name the letter that makes them, such as…

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kindergarten

During kindergarten, your child will learn to identify beginning sounds in words and name the letter that makes them, such as…

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