Learn Rhyming With Word Families

When it comes to building year one reading skills, sometimes it helps to keep it all in the family.

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Word Family Match I

Help your year one child practise reading with this printable phonics worksheet that's all about word families.
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Word Family Match II

Help your child up to speed with his reading skills with this printable phonics worksheet that's all about word families.
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My Word Family Book:

Get to know the "at" word family with this assemble-yourself mini book.
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All in the Word Family: The -ests

Children practise their reading skills and familiarize themselves with the word family "-est" in this cut-and-paste activity.
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All in the Word Family: The -eeps

Children practise their reading skills and familiarize themselves with the "-eep" word family in this cut-and-paste activity.
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Rhyme Time

Looking for a worksheet to help boost your kid's literacy skills? This cute printable will test his understanding of rhyming words.
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My Rhyming Book: -Ock

Help your child improve his reading with this printable phonics worksheet, which is all about words that rhyme with "sock".
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My Rhyming Book: -Ake

Looking for a phonics worksheet that can help your child with his reading skills? This printable will help him to create a rhyming booklet!
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My Rhyming Book: -Ee

Challenge your child to create a rhyming book filled with words that end with the sound "-ee". Get the rhyming book worksheet.
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Welcome to Word Families: -en Words

In this worksheet, beginning readers practise identifying, writing, and saying "en" family words.
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Welcome to Word Families: -an Words

It's all in the family! Beginning readers learn about "an" words with this fun tracing and matching activity.
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Welcome to Word Families: -ub Words

In this worksheet, beginning readers practise recognizing and using "ub" family words.
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Welcome to Word Families: -ig Words

In this worksheet, beginning readers practise identifying, writing, and saying "ig" family words.
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Welcome to Word Families: -og Words

In this worksheet, beginning readers practise identifying, writing, and saying "og" family words.
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Word Families: Meet the

Get to know the "at" family! Look at the pictures of words ending in "at," then fill in the missing letter to complete each word.
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Word Families: More with the

Get to know the "an" family! Look at the pictures of words ending in "an," then fill in the missing letter to complete each word.
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Word Families: Meet the

Help your child with his reading skills by introducing him to the word family with this phonics worksheet, which teaches the word family "-an".
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Word Families: Meet the

Get to know the "it" family! Look at the pictures of words ending in "it," then fill in the missing letter to complete each word.
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Word Families: More with the

Get to know the "at" family! Look at the pictures and fill in the missing letter to complete each word.
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