Published at Thursday, March 19th 2020. by Adalicia Paul in Coloring Pages.
What is energy? Energy is the ability to do work! Use this colorful worksheet to teach your little scientist the basics of energy. Then, see if she can point out examples of everday energy.
This first day of school coloring page features a girl following her morning routine to get dressed and ready for school. Is your child scared, excited, or a little of both this back to school season? Have your little one add color to the scene to help relax her first day of school jitters!
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.
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!
Which states were part of the 13 original colonies? Which used to belong to Spain or Mexico? Bump up your 5th grader’s U.S. expansion knowledge with this social studies worksheet. As she color codes the states according to their history she’ll gain a better understanding of her country’s historical heritage.
This colorful worksheet will help your child stay interested and focused while she practices simplifying fractions. Help her find the lowest common denominator in order to reduce the fractions to their simplest form then use the answer sheet to compare.
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.
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