Published at Thursday, April 02nd 2020. by Bailee Arnaud in Kids.
Does your child know that 1/2 is the same as 2/4 and 3/6? Called equivalent fractions, these fractions are all equal. Kids practice identifying equivalent fractions on this colorful worksheet. They’ll look at the colored fractions, then figure out which are equal. At the end, they’ll try their hand at making equivalent fractions of their own.
This coloring page is bursting with bubbles! Enjoy some quality coloring time with your little one, and add some bright, bold colors to this picture. He’ll get to know his circle shapes as he colors.
Get your child ready for Christmas with this fun Christmas fireplace coloring page. It features a decorated fireplace waiting for Santa’s arrival! All the good boys and girls are fast asleep. Their stockings are hung and the animals are waiting by the fireplace to greet Santa when he arrives!
Count up the shapes to solve each multiplication equation! This third-grade math worksheet asks students to look at picture representations of addition and multiplication problems. Highlighting one-digit multiplication facts, it shows how addition facts can help kids understand multiplication. Show your students the multiplication process using this colorful picture multiplication.
Add some French flair to your fashionable kid’s vocabulary! Your first grader will learn how to spell and pronounce the French words for basic clothing items. Don’t forget to let her color in the page when she’s done!
Christmas time is coming! Color in this beautiful Christmas tree and all the presents according to the color chart to get into the Christmas spirit.
What is latitude and longitude? How do you use them? Get an introduction to latitude and longitude lines in this social studies worksheet. Fourth-grade students will enjoy looking at the world map and pinpointing different continents based on their world coordinates. This is a colorful and interactive geography activity for young explorers!
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