Published at Sunday, April 05th 2020. by Chanelle Rossi in Coloring Pages.
Your child’s powers of observation and concentration get a fun workout with this page, where he’ll look for differences between the pictures. Add in crayons for a coloring treasure hunt!
What goes oink: a big or a pig? Kids are sure to have fun looking at the colorful pictures and finding the missing letters on this alphabet worksheet. They’ll get a stronger grasp of letters and the sounds they make, plus connecting the words with the letters helps to sharpen their fine motor skills. This reading worksheet offers great phonics practice!
Help kids differentiate uppercase letters and lowercase letters with this coloring page. Students must identify uppercase A’s B’s and C’s, and color them correspondingly to reveal the hidden picture.
One, two, three—red, yellow, and green. Your child will get into the math spirit as they complete this festive fall-themed worksheet decorated with colorful autumn leaves. Get them started on learning their addition facts to set them on the road to arithmetic success.
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!
3D is cool, but 2D plays an important part in math learning too! Here’s an easy way for your kindergarteners to meet two-dimensional shapes: by tracing familiar ones, like a triangle and a square, then coloring and labeling them again and again. This math worksheet is a three-in-one way for kids to start experimenting with flat shapes, or 2D shapes, setting them up for geometry success.
Why do dogs have fur, but bugs don’t? Learn all about different types of animals with this worksheet on simple animal classes, perfect for students who are just embarking on life science. When they’re done, they can color in their favorite animals!
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