Published at Thursday, December 12th 2019. by Halette Antoine in Animal.
This story time coloring page features the candy house from Hansel and Gretel. Hansel and Gretel are standing outside wondering if they should trust the witch. This fun picture is full of tempting and delicious candies for your child to color any way he wants. When he’s done coloring, ask your child what he thinks. Should Hansel and Gretel go inside?
What does your kid like to do in August? Help your preschooler wrap his head around the idea of passing time by encouraging him to fill out this cute calendar sheet. Part counting and handwriting practice, part coloring fun, it’s more than just a calendar. As he writes in all the dates, he’ll practice counting from 1-31 and learning the days of the week.
This preschool and kindergarten worksheet is a fun project where kids make their very own book about the color brown. Kids learn and reinforce a range of skills as they write their names, trace words in brown, color brown pictures, and cut out the pages of their books.
Learn about how we breathe! Get to know humans inside and out with these simple anatomy coloring pages. This one focuses on the respiratory system and how your body absorbs carbon dioxide like other living things.
Hoot, hoot! Take a look at this owl color-by-number math worksheet. As young mathematicians practice addition within 20, they will uncover a hidden coloring key. Using their sums and the corresponding colors, they will then color in each part of the picture. Students in first grade and other young learners will enjoy this fun activity.
Practice fractions over Spring Break with all kinds of cute and colorful spring things. Divvy up these groups of eggs, bunnies, chicks and flowers!
Packed with counting, handwriting, and coloring activities, this calendar page is chock full of educational value. Not only will your preschooler practice counting and writing numbers 1-30 as she fills in the dates, she’ll also learn about the days of the week and the ninth month of the year. At the end, she can break out the crayons and color away.
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