It’s no secret that reading and writing skills are important. In fact, they’re a vital part of your child’s ability to learn and retain information in the future.
These skills will be what gives your child the opportunity to learn on their own as they grow.
With that in mind, we found a few fantastic literacy printables on last week’s Mom’s Library that can help you practice these skills with your little ones. And with these fun printables, they’ll have a blast at the same time!
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This week’s features!
Free Christopher Columbus Notebooking Pages from In All You Do
Letter Puzzles from Gift of Curiosity
Free Autumn Copywork Pack from Intoxicated on Life
Free CVC Word Family Puzzles Short O from 3 Dinosaurs
Free Halloween Themed Reading Charts from 3 Dinosaurs
Halloween Writing Prompts from The Multi Tasking Mom
Printable Handwriting Pages from Sight and Sound Reading
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