Published at Wednesday, April 08th 2020. by Henriette Gay in Animal.
Looking for a fun activity to get your kindergartener reading? This little story book just might be the answer! Featuring a story about a cat and mouse who make friends, this make-it-yourself mini book offers tons of reading (and coloring!) fun.
Explore life science with this chicken life cycle worksheet. Catered to the first-grade curriculum, this science worksheet introduces students to the biology of this familiar animal. From the egg to the roost, students will follow chickens through the stages of their life. They will learn the names of each stage and enjoy coloring in the pictures to bring it all to life.
Is this monster crazy, creepy or cute? Don’t let your kindergartener decide until she’s colored the whole thing, carefully matching each color using the number chart.
First, kids solve the two-digit addition and subtraction problems on this worksheet. Then, they use the key to color in the shapes and make a math mosaic. When they finish, they can take pride in their math skills and enjoy their colorful mosaic.
All aboard the bus for a school-themed coloring page! This kindergarten coloring sheet features a school bus parked in front of school. Coloring pages such as this one will not only provide a fun project for your child, it will also build motor skills for writing later on.
Whether you’re going cross country or just going to Grandma’s house, you and your child can have a great time learning about the United States. In this worksheet, your child will color, count, and name the states. Imagine where you’d like to go next!
Hoot, hoot! Take a look at this owl color-by-number math worksheet. As young mathematicians practice addition within 20, they will uncover a hidden coloring key. Using their sums and the corresponding colors, they will then color in each part of the picture. Students in first grade and other young learners will enjoy this fun activity.
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