Bunny Theme See, Say, Write, and Read Worksheet.


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See, Say, Write, and Read (bunny theme)

Students will look at the words see, in, bunny and hat, then say and print each word. Then students will read sentences using the featured words. No answer key provided.

Grade recommendation: k-1   •   Common Core State Standards Alignment: RI.K.7, RF.K.1, RF.K.3, L.K.1, RF.1.3, RF.1.4, L.1.1

Skills: reading readiness| printing practice

Item 3217 | 1 page | Publisher: T. Smith Publishing ©2010 | by Tracey Smith

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