Published at Monday, April 13th 2020. by Natalie Vallee in Coloring Pages.
Turn coloring time into a fun learning moment with alphabet coloring pages. E is for eyedropper and eggplant—your child can practice E’s letter sound and her memory skills by identifying objects on the page as she colors.
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.
Don’t let your student give up on learning sight words! It may be time to try a new approach to learning to read. Cutting, pasting, coloring, and reading—all of these learning-packed activities are featured in this sight word worksheet that explores the word ”the.” Have kids display their artwork and they’ll recognize this sight word in no time!
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.
Look at the beautiful garden! This color-by-number puzzle provides a creative opportunity for kindergarteners to practice simple addition and subtraction. Kids color the spaces to match the answers in the color code. Mastering addition and subtraction will help set kindergarteners up for math success.
Learn the letters of the alphabet and the names of animals that begin with each letter. Then color in the letters and the animals and turn this worksheet into a bright placemat using scissors and tape!
Can you B-lieve it?! The letter B is for ”butterfly,” ”boat,” ”banana,” and so much more. Introduce your child to the letter B and other early literacy concepts with this fun coloring worksheet. By coloring in different pictures of items (and animals) that start with B, preschoolers will build letter knowledge and develop their phonological awareness.
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