Here is a Week 4 set of Worksheets for recognizing, reading, writing, coloring, and crafting Uppercase Letter D.
These worksheets I prepared for my son, and I know it is difficult for you in these pandemic times to teach kids at home. These worksheets make it simple to learn Letter D for the whole week.
There are 7 worksheets for 7 days. You can print it out and you can also insert in a transparent file cover and make it as wipe and clean worksheets.
I know that understanding all the letters can be very difficult for the kids at once, that reason I have separated letter by letter of the alphabet and I add all the worksheets of the letter D this week. Each week I will upload one letter.
Writing alphabets can be even more difficult for the kids, but I hope that these alphabetical worksheets will help simplify the process for both you and the kid.
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If you ask me we are in summer holidays so we are going on with homeschooling. We are bit learning to draw. Please feel free to share your learning too!
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