More spring worksheets! FREE Birds & Bugs Worksheet and Activity Pack for preschool or kindergarten! Includes tracing, math, a maze, and lots more!
Just in time for spring, a FREE Plants Worksheet and Activity Pack for preschool or kindergarten! Includes tracing, math, and lots of learning about plants.
Free worksheets! These are especially great for preschoolers because it's all pictures, learning to count, size/amount comparison, and learning what the +/-/= symbols mean!
New week, new worksheets! Last week I did an Numbers Worksheet and Activity Pack, and this week is Colors & Shapes! This worksheet pack includes: Shape Tracing Worksheet Shape Pattern Worksheet Color Matching Worksheet Color by Number (2) I Spy Checklist (2) There are 7 altogether, so one or two worksheets for every day of… Continue reading Color & Shapes Worksheet and Activity Pack
Five more worksheets, fresh off the press! Last week I did an Alphabet Worksheet and Activity Pack, so this week is numbers. Mostly 1-10 but a few things through 20. This is NOT a math worksheet pack, just a number recognition pack! But a math one will be coming eventually, and I do have a… Continue reading 123 Worksheet and Activity Pack
Here's a master list of all the FREE worksheets and worksheet packs I create for kindergarten and preschool. Great for at home learning!
Looking for St. Patrick's Day worksheets for preschool or kindergarten students? I got you covered!
This FREE Worksheet Pack includes four worksheets to celebrate St. Patrick's Day!
Wow! I didn't expect so much love for my 2019 coloring page. So you guys are all learning about the New Year too, huh? Next up for us was learning our months of the year. We've really loved singing along to Singing Walrus's Months song on YouTube and Spotify, which is awesome, we can listen… Continue reading Months of the Year Coloring Pages
Education.com provided this fun autumn worksheet for the kids! I've said it before but I'll say it again: learning moments don't have to be huge or fancy or long-winded. This took us 15 minutes and included problem-solving, coloring, writing, motor skills, and a little bit of a science discussion. It doesn't take much for kids to absorb a lot!
Red was staring at the blender base I'd left on the counter the other day. "I want to make something," he told me. "What did you have in mind?" I asked. Partially, I was being a super-awesome-parent and letting him have a say, not putting ideas in his brain, etc, but the other partially was… Continue reading The Learning to Cook Challenge