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Here's the next free phonics worksheet with the r-controlled phonogram /or/!

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10 Signs your Preschooler may have Dyslexia

A six-year-old child I taught could use polysyllabic words (very long words) to describe a very enjoyable school holiday vacation. However, when asked to spell…
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Chill (adjective)
1. Cold
2. To relax

As many of us may know, there are double meanings to many words in the English language.

With students tossing around words like “lit”, “chill”, and “thirsty” to describe a dress, what they do after school, and how they are feeling, adults sometimes get confused.

However, when facing comprehension passages, the very same kids are often befuddled when a passage asks them to find similar words describing when a lamp is lighted up, how the weather is in winter, and what people in a drought face.

A series of three worksheets have been created to help our children to learn both new and old school definitions of various words.

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