This kindergarten and 1st grade ELA reference sheet is the perfect resource to laminate and keep in students' supplies or to send home as a homework helper for kindergarten families. I suggest printing double-sided and laminating or sticking in a page protector.
The sight words in this resource are EDITABLE! You must open in Adobe to edit. Please let me know if you have any issues!
Did you know there is a math version too?
Find the Kindergarten Math Helper here.
Find the 1st Grade Math Helper here.
Multiple versions are included! I wanted to make sure everyone had what they needed, so there are multiple versions included, each with a small change. There are 7 pages included, but you will only use 2 most likely.
This k-1 ELA helper includes:
-Letters and Letter Sounds
-EDITABLE Sight Words
-Story Retell Pictures
-Long and Short Vowel Sounds
My ELA Helper | Literacy Homework Helper for Kindergarten and 1st Grade
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