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Little Wordsmith literacy worksheets

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We love sharing learning resources with you that are going to help you in the classroom, or with your kids and these wonderful literacy worksheets from Magic Cat Publishing are both incredibly useful and also absolutely gorgeous. The worksheets are meant to work in conjunction with the new lovely Little Wordsmith book An Interesting Word for Every Day of the Year. We have been invited to share the entire booklet with you, and we are so eager to show you what you will be getting. So, without further ado, let’s get started!

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Little Wordsmith literacy worksheets

Little Wordsmith literacy worksheet Learning Resources

We always recommend using the literacy worksheets sheets as you need, as many times you can pick and choose what works for your needs at the moment. In this case though, downloading the entire booklet is the best bet as there are instructions to guide you and everything works together beautifully.

Literacy worksheets

Literacy worksheets Introduction

Little Wordsmith literacy worksheets

Aren’t the illustrations lovely? This little cool cat is the introduction to the booklet and will get your kids excited to take on the vocabulary journey that will share a new word with your kids each day of the year!

Opening questions

Little Wordsmith literacy worksheets opening questions
Little Wordsmith literacy worksheets downloads

Get into the spirit of the booklet with opening questions that are meant to get your kids thinking about words and the weight that they carry. We all know that words can mean so much and that one seemingly simple word can change the meaning of things entirely.

Template for card games

Little Wordsmith literacy worksheets templates

Play some card games with this template that is simple to use.

Word collectors

The word collectors sheet is an instruction sheet for more word games that your kids will love.

Little Wordsmith literacy worksheets word collectors
Little Wordsmith literacy

Create a story

Allow your kids to put into practice what they have been learning by creating a story based around the illustrations in the book. Give the characters a name, devise a story line, a problem, a resolution, and use some of the new words that the kids have learnt.

Index activity

This sheet encourages the kids to use the index to find words that they don’t know and look up the meaning. The kids are also encouraged to work on their pronunciation, and there is a prompt for a fun mystery object game too.

As you can see, the worksheets are absolutely beautiful and we just know that your kids will love the book too!

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