Published at Thursday, March 19th 2020. by Veronique Schneider in Kids.
Children learn all about volcanoes with this carefully labeled illustration of an erupting volcano. This science worksheet depicts well-known volcanic elements including magma, lava flow, and eruption cloud, along with components like scoria that students may be unfamiliar with. This volcanology resource, designed for a fourth grade Earth and space science curriulum, makes a great hands-on coloring activity, as well as a handy classroom reference tool.
W is for wolf, window and watch! Turn coloring time into a fun learning moment with alphabet coloring pages. Your child can practice his memory recall by identifying objects and W’s letter shape and sound.
One or 1? Two or 2? Help your kindergartener learn to recognize both forms of numbers 1-10 with this colorful cut-and-paste activity. She’ll match each numeral with its number name to create a pyramid.
Children practice counting up to 20 using blocks in this counting and coloring worksheet. Kids first color the blocks, then count them, writing the answer in the space provided. Designed for a preschool and kindergarten math curriculum, this activity offers a hands-on way to for children to visualize amounts using a variety of shapes.
First graders are learning all about the seasons. This winter worksheet provides a fun activity to build a snowman and an opportunity to teach about other events that happen during this time of year. Have your students grab their crayons, scissors, glue, and imaginations for this arts and crafts activity. They will color, cut, and paste their creations together to help decorate their homes or classroom!
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.
These odd and even numbers are all mixed up! Kids decide which numbers are odd and which are even, and then color them in accordingly. Not only a great way to pave the way for future multiplication concepts, it makes a pretty and rewarding picture when finished!
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the The Pop Fix website that is not The Pop Fix’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does The Pop Fix claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.
Copyright © 2020 The Pop Fix. All Rights Reserved.