Published at Saturday, March 14th 2020. by Orlina Barbier in Cartoon.
Here’s a project you can share with your child—building a city together! Every city needs a police station, and she can color, cut and fold this herself. This paper project is great for honing fine motor skills. We recommend printing on thicker paper, and to fold the inner folds first, and the outer flaps last.
Gobble, gobble, gobble! Let your third grader have some fun with spelling in this Thanksgiving Spelling worksheet. This friendly turkey is feathered with words, but they’re not all spelled correctly. Can your learner find the right ones? First, they’ll read the words. Then, they’ll circle the correctly spelled word. After that, they can use some crayons to give the page some color.
Help your child learn more about their American heritage with this coloring page on The Statue of Liberty. The Statue of Liberty was the first thing many immigrants saw when they came to the U.S. for the first time. Read the text aloud to your child as they color, and talk about your family’s heritage. Did her ancestors sail past The Statue of Liberty?
This preschool and kindergarten worksheet is a fun project where kids make their very own book about the color green. Kids learn and reinforce a range of skills as they write their names, trace words in green, color green pictures, and cut out the pages of their books.
Coloring is as easy as 1-2-3 with this color by number page! Your young artist can practice her number skills as she colors this pretty parrot.
Introduce the concept of photosynthesis to your first grader with this simple coloring page. The picture diagram shows what happens when photosynthesis occurs. When your first grader finishes learning about the process, they can have fun coloring in the picture!
Introduce your child to the alphabet with this ABC coloring page! Even if your child is too young for alphabet mastery, that doesn’t mean she can’t familiarize herself with letters by coloring them in.
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