Published at Monday, April 06th 2020. by Paige Camus in Animal.
Bust out those crayons, it’s time to test your knowledge of basic shapes! Have your first grader sort out these shapes by color. Does he know the difference between a trapezoid and a hexagon? This simple shapes review will build his geometry vocabulary.
Kids love playing with paper dolls, and what better way to learn about other cultures than with paper dolls from around the world. Kids can color the doll and his traditional outfit, then use the clues to figure out which Asia Pacific country he’s from. In his country, people enjoy eating a dish called nasi lemak, which is rice wrapped in a banana leaf with cucumber slices, dried anchovies, roasted peanuts, hard boiled egg, and hot spicy sauce.
Talk about life science in this worksheet about the human body! Perfect for first-grade students, this science worksheet asks students to look at a colorful diagram and label parts of the human body. They will practice identifying the foot, hand, elbow, and more in this fun activity. This resource also encourages students to practice their spelling as they write these common words.
This story time coloring page features the candy house from Hansel and Gretel. Hansel and Gretel are standing outside wondering if they should trust the witch. This fun picture is full of tempting and delicious candies for your child to color any way he wants. When he’s done coloring, ask your child what he thinks. Should Hansel and Gretel go inside?
Practice counting and complete the picture! What is the horse doing in the picture? To find out, complete the picture by connecting the dots from 1 to 37. When you are finished, color in the horse.
Get ready for some prehistoric math fun in this dinosaur color by number! Kids will have to match colors to the different numbers they see in the puzzle, and then color in an awesome dinosaur. This puzzle worksheet is a great challenge for preschoolers who are working on identifying numbers 0–10 and building up their number sense.
What do we use our ears for? Jump into science with a lesson in the five senses. Your kindergartener is sure to have a blast coloring the pictures, and he’ll think about his sense of hearing in the process.
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