Published at Friday, April 03rd 2020. by Victorina Tessier in Kids.
In this worksheet, students will use a fun and colorful revision technique to edit a piece of sample writing. Then, they’ll have the chance to revise their own piece of writing using the included classroom guide.
Ready for some letter fun from A-Z? Let your child color in this bubble alphabet and—if she’s up for a big challenge—cut each fancy letter out. What words, names and phrases can she spell out?
What kind of vehicles travel across the ocean? Kids practice counting to 30 as they connect the dots to find out. When they’re all done coloring, don’t forget to pull out those crayons and have them do some coloring, too!
First graders are learning all about the seasons. This winter worksheet provides a fun activity to build a snowman and an opportunity to teach about other events that happen during this time of year. Have your students grab their crayons, scissors, glue, and imaginations for this arts and crafts activity. They will color, cut, and paste their creations together to help decorate their homes or classroom!
Can your young reader identify letters and the sounds that go with them? This fun alphabet coloring page will have your child coloring a friendly tiger while learning the shape and sound of the letter T.
Oh no, it’s an alligator! Actually, it’s just a fun take on the letter A. Give your preschoolers this letter A coloring page as they work on their letter knowledge. Will they color in the capital A to match a green alligator? Or will they surprise you with a colorful combination? This creative coloring page will have your students learning the shape and sound of the letter A.
Have your child take a stroll down a modern Main Street with these cute coloring pages of everyday places. Here’s a picture of the local playground for him to color. Does he know the names of any of the structures?
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