Have fun learning with this Jumbled Words Kids Worksheet free printable from Mom Nessly.
Letter recognition is a key step in a child’s ability to learn to read and write. By knowing their letters, they are able to form words, sentences and phrases.
So here’s a good way to get them interested in Spelling. I added cute objects to make it more fun for the kids.
Here’s a quick look of this Jumbled Words Kids Worksheet free printable.
There are 2 versions of the Jumbled Words Kids Worksheet. Colored and Black & White. Feel free to download and use with your students.
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These learning worksheets will teach your kid on object identification, letter familiarization and word comprehension.
It may look easy but spelling is a big factor here so they need your guidance to do it correctly.
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Spell It Out Colored PDF
Spell It Out Black & White PDF
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Don’t fret if your kid can’t finish the whole worksheet yet as it depends on their interest and phase of learning. What’s important is that they are exposed to the activity and had an idea on what to expect in school or in a learning session.
I hope I am able to help you in teaching your kid the basics. Let them play, do activities that will expose them in learning through fun and creative ways.
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Definitively help out with homeschooling. Great ideas
I love how cute the pictures of these printables are! I always look for fun educational activities for my son. And these are perfect!
These are great! I’m so happy to have found your blog—and these printables. My kids will love them.
What an awesome way to give kids something fun to do on a rainy day! Thanks for sharing.
What a great resource! Such good timing too.
Love the printables! Even though I have 2 teens and a preteen, these may come in handy for my 13yo daughter that has trouble with spelling words.
These are cute ideas and i love the printables. I am thinking he won’t be ready for that until next year though since he is 4 and still learning letter sounds…
Awesome thank you! My little one isnt quite old enough for this, but will be checking out the other printables you have!!
Cute and very engaging. I’ve shared this blog post with friends that have younger kids