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Find printable activities for all reading levels featuring your family’s favorite I Can Read! characters.
Biscuit thinks rhyming is so clever and fun! Help him think of some rhymes for the words!
Help Digger the Dinosaur think of some fun rhymes for the words.
Little Critter loves all kinds of games, especially rhyming ones! Help him think of some amazing rhymes for the words.
Mia thinks rhyming is so much fun! Help Mia think of some fantastic rhymes for the words.
Pete the Cat thinks rhyming is totally groovy! Help him think of some cool rhymes for the words.
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Vroom Vroom! Axel the Truck is ready to drive but has mixed up a few of his parts! Can you help him with this word scramble?
Biscuit is going to school but has mixed up some of his school supplies. Can you help him solve this word scramble with the words from Biscuit Goes to School?
Digger the Dinosaur is excited to throw a party with his friend s Stego and Patty but has mixed up all the supplies! Can you help him with this word scramble?
In Little Critter: Going to the Firehouse, Little Critter is excited to visit the firehouse! However, he’s mixed up the names of the fire equipment. Help Little Critter with this word scramble so he can help the fire fighters.
Mia loves ballet but has mixed up all the instructions! Can you help her with this word scrample with the words from Mia and the Too Big Tutu?
Pete the Cat’s shoes change colors as he walks along. Can you help Pete figure out what color his shoes are by solving this word scramble?
How many words can you make from the letters in “Axel the Truck”?
How many words can you make from the letters in “Biscuit”?
How many words can you make from the letters in “Digger the Dinosaur”?
How many words can you make from the letters in “Little Critter”?
How many amazing words can you make from the letters in one of Mia’s favorite words, “ballerina”?
How many groovy words can you make from the letters in “Pete the Cat”?