Published at Sunday, April 05th 2020. by Nathaly Pascal in Animal.
Practice counting and complete the picture! What is the horse doing in the picture? To find out, complete the picture by connecting the dots from 1 to 37. When you are finished, color in the horse.
Introduce your kindergartener to continents with a fun coloring page. Color the cute koala, kangaroo and shark that inhabit this continent. We’ve got more continents pages for you! Try out Antarctica.
Kids love playing with paper dolls, and what better way to learn about other cultures than with paper dolls from around the world. Kids can color the doll and his traditional outfit, then use the clues to figure out which Asia Pacific country he’s from. In his country, people enjoy eating a dish called nasi lemak, which is rice wrapped in a banana leaf with cucumber slices, dried anchovies, roasted peanuts, hard boiled egg, and hot spicy sauce.
Your preschooler will get some counting practice as she colors. Counting flowers and their petals can help reinforce what she knows and boost her confidence with numbers.
Do students know their colors and how to read them? In this activity students will be asked to identify the shade that matches. Have your kids color the picture in using the colors indicated in the image. Students will be tested on colors of the rainbow, plus descriptor words like ”dark.” Test your child’s knowledge of colors with this coloring-by-word worksheet.
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.
Looking for a fun activity to get your kindergartener reading? This little story book just might be the answer! Featuring a story about a cat and mouse who make friends, this make-it-yourself mini book offers tons of reading (and coloring!) fun.
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