Published at Tuesday, April 07th 2020. by Victorina Tessier in Coloring Pages.
In this worksheet, part of our Learn the Coins series, children get a hands-on lesson in money math and recognizing and knowing the value of coins. Students trace the word ”quarter,” color in a picture of quarters, and then practice adding up quarters. This worksheet, which integrates well into a kindergarten or first-grade lesson on money, can be used in tandem with our nickel, dime, and penny worksheets.
With this page, your child can count his way to a completed picture! If your child isn’t so hot on math, this color by sum activity incorporates good old coloring to make the math practice go down a little easier. 3…2…1…blastoff!
Turn coloring time into a fun learning moment with alphabet coloring pages. J is for jigsaw puzzle, jump rope and much more—she can practice J’s letter sound andas she colors she’ll learn new words that start with J !
S is for shark, scooter, sloth and sneaker! Turn coloring time into a fun learning moment with alphabet coloring pages. Your child can practice S sounds, her memory skills and boost her vocab by identifying objects as she colors!
Ahh, the calming colors of a Monet painting. Kids who are interested in art can learn more about the life and work of Monet and how he helped start the impressionist movement in this biography worksheet that comes with an art excercise at the end.
A great way to introduce your child to continents is to start with North America, the continent where he lives! Color in the continent and the animals living on it. Take a wild guess what continent is south of North America. Click here for the coloring page for South America.
Navigate the traffic to practice your counting! Help your young learner write out the number to match each group of cars. To add an extra challenge, see if he can name all the colors he sees in each group of vehicles.
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