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Strong Synonyms

Strong synonyms: Download FREE poster and worksheet

Master strong synonyms with this FREE downloadable poster and worksheet. Stick the poster on the wall of your study area to learn 10 strong synonyms and print the worksheet several times to test your knowledge of these words.

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Click the links and images to download the strong synonyms poster and worksheet, 8.5×11 inches portrait orientation. Have fun.

Strong synonyms poster

Strong Synonyms

Strong synonyms worksheet

Strong Synonyms

10 Strong synonyms

  • powerful
  • tough
  • durable
  • steady
  • stable
  • sturdy
  • stout
  • robust
  • brawny
  • muscular

Adding these strong synonyms to your vocabulary helps you to speak articulately and express yourself impressively in writing. Start learning strong synonyms now.

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Colour alphabet letters A-Z

Children use their tiny hands to colour and explore the different shapes and sizes of capital and common letters. Just provide them with these worksheets in print and a variety of coloured pencils or crayons. Then, watch them learn alphabet letters on their own. Download free worksheets

Trace alphabet letters A-Z

When it’s time for your toddlers to move on from scribbling on blank paper, let them trace alphabet letters with these free worksheets. You may print extra sheets for you to trace while they watch your hands and follow pattern. Download free worksheets

Vowel worksheets: Trace, circle and learn

Use these free vowel worksheets to make learning the alphabet fun. Learn the 5 vowels in the alphabet a e i o and u. Each vowel has a short and long sound. The letter y is sometimes a vowel because it sounds like both short and long ‘i’. Download free worksheets

Vowel teams

AI words – bait, nail, rain, said

EA words – head, weak, mean, beat

EE words – deep, feet, been, seed

EI words – heist, rein, vein, deceit

EY words – they, prey, key, alley

IE words – brief, field, ties, fries

OA words – boat, soak, road, toast

OO words – book, root, foot, mood

OU words – about, shout, soup, hour

OW words – cow, how, low, show

Consonant worksheets: Trace, circle and learn

Use these free consonant worksheets to make learning the ABC fun. Learn the 21 consonants in the alphabet b d c f g h j k l m n p q r s t v w x y z. Some consonants have one sound when blended with other letters, some change and others stay silent. Download free worksheets

Beginning sounds worksheets – A-Z

Beginning sounds are the first thing you hear as you start to pronounce a word. The words ‘bed’ and ‘dog’ have the beginning sounds /b/ and /d/. These free worksheets with beginning sounds will help you to explore all the different beginning sounds made with the 26 letters of the alphabet. Download free worksheets

Middle sounds worksheets – a e i o u

Middle sounds are the vowel sounds you hear when you pronounce a 3-letter word. The words ‘bed’ and ‘dog’ have the middle sounds short ‘e’ (eh) and short ‘o’ (or). Middle sounds also appear as vowel teams as in the long a sound ‘ai’ in ‘wait’, long e sound ‘ea’ in ‘meal’ and long u sound ‘oo’ in ‘pool’. Download free worksheets

End sounds worksheets – b d g n p t

End sounds are the last thing you hear when you pronounce words. The words ‘bed’ and ‘dog’ have the end sounds /d/ and /g/. These free worksheets with end sounds will help you to explore letters of the alphabet that are used in words as end sounds. Download free worksheets

Trace two letter words

Here are 5 worksheets that you can download for free to get toddlers reading and tracing two letter words. Just select the image you want to download and right click and save it to your computer. Provide them with pencils and watch their tiny muscles get exercise. Download free worksheets

Trace words with -am ending

Toddlers can learn to read and write 3-letter ending words -am with these fun worksheets to trace. They learn that there are only a few letters that can be placed in front of -am to form English words. These words have meanings that are used every day. Children can trace ending words -am and then write them freehand in a sentence on the worksheets. Download free worksheets

Trace words with -an ending

It is time for your little ones to move on to 3 letter words because they have already mastered the alphabet and 2 letter words. These fun worksheets with ending words -an allow children to trace letters and write them freehand in a sentence on the worksheets. They learn that there are only a few letters that can be placed in front of -an to form English words with meanings that are used every day. Download free worksheets

Trace words with -at ending

Have fun with rhyme using ending words -at with children. The words bat, cat, fat, hat, mat, pat, rat and sat are words that are used every day in the home and school. You can sing songs, make up stories and play rhyming games with these words. Use these fun worksheets with ending words -at that allow children to trace letters and write them freehand in a sentence on the worksheets. Download free worksheets

Bear Beer Bare – fill in the blanks and trace

Have fun with homophones Bear Beer Bare on these free worksheets to learn and trace them for practice. Bear is a furry animal; Beer is an alcoholic drink; and Bare means plain. Download free worksheet

Dear Deer Dare – fill in the blanks and trace  

These free worksheets is a fun way to learn homophones Dear Deer Dare as you can read and trace them for practice. Dear is used to show affection and it also means expensive; Deer is an animal; and Dare means the courage to do something. Download free worksheet

Fair Fear Fare – fill in the blanks and trace

The homophones Fair Fear Fare can be learned easily with these free worksheets. You can learn and trace the words for practice. Fair means reasonable, pretty, light colour, and a temporary market; Fear means feeling scared; and fare means public transport fee. Download free worksheet

Hair Here Hare – fill in the blanks and trace

Same sound English words Hair Here Hare can be made easy with these free worksheets. Learn and trace these homophones while having fun. Hair is fine threadlike strands growing out of skin; Here means near position; and Hare is a large rabbit with long ears and hind legs. Download free worksheet

Pair Pear Peer Pier – fill in the blanks and trace

Telling the difference between the homophones Pair Pear Peer Pier can be made easy with these free worksheets. Learn and trace these same sound English words while having fun. Pair is a set of two things used together; Pear is a fruit; Peer is someone at your level and to look with concentration; and Pier is a platform on pillars projecting from the shore into the sea. Download free worksheet

Pour Poor Pore – fill in the blanks and trace

Learning the homophones Pour Poor Pore can be made easy with these free worksheets. These same sound English words must be learned properly in order to speak, read and write English. Pour means steady flow; Poor means lacking funds or low quality; and Pore used as Pores are the tiny holes in the skin. Download free worksheet

Stair Steer Stare – fill in the blanks and trace

Since the words Stair Steer Stare sound the same, they can make your head spin when it’s time to write them. Learning these homophones can be made easy with these free worksheets. Stair is a single step; Steer is to guide the movement of a vehicle, vessel or aircraft; and Stare means to look at for a long period. Download free worksheet

There Their They’re – fill in the blanks and trace

People commonly mix up the spelling of There Their They’re all the time. These words sound the same and can be made easy with these free worksheets. There means place or position; Their means belonging to people; and They’re is short for they are. Download free worksheet

To Two Too – fill in the blanks and trace

Learning the homophones To Two Too can be made easy with these free worksheets. These same sound English words must be learned properly in order to speak, read and write English. To means expressing motion; Two is a number; and Too means very and also. Download free worksheet

Where Wear Ware – fill in the blanks and trace

Learning the homophones Where Wear Ware can be made easy with these free worksheets. These same sound English words must be learned properly in order to speak, read and write English. Where is place or position; Wear means to have on a person’s body as in clothing and accessories; and Ware is manufactured articles. Download free worksheet

Digraph: Word lists with 2 letters with one sound 

Learn to spell hundreds of words easily with our digraph word lists. Having all these words in one place that include a digraph in them, makes learning to spell new words very engaging and fun. It is important to learn how to spell words that have a grapheme as this is critical to being able to read fluently. Click here for free word lists

Trigraph: Word lists with 3 letters with one sound 

Make study time fun with these trigraph word lists. Having all these words in one place that include a trigraph in them, makes learning to spell new words very engaging. It is important to learn how to spell words that have a grapheme as this is critical to being able to read fluently. Click here for free word lists

4 letter grapheme: Word lists with 4 letters with one sound 

Learning to spell big words can be easy with these 5 word lists of graphemes made up of 4 letters. Having all these words in one place that include graphemes with 4 letters, makes learning to spell new words very engaging. Click here for free word lists

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