Published at Sunday, April 05th 2020. by Trinetta Allain in Coloring Pages.
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.
Which states were part of the 13 original colonies? Which used to belong to Spain or Mexico? Bump up your 5th grader’s U.S. expansion knowledge with this social studies worksheet. As she color codes the states according to their history she’ll gain a better understanding of her country’s historical heritage.
This colorful worksheet will help your child stay interested and focused while she practices simplifying fractions. Help her find the lowest common denominator in order to reduce the fractions to their simplest form then use the answer sheet to compare.
Your child’s powers of observation and concentration get a fun workout with this page, where he’ll look for differences between the pictures. Add in crayons for a coloring treasure hunt!
Did you know giraffes had unusually high heart rates for their size? This sweet coloring page puts a new spin on that fun fact. Count and color in all the hearts on the giraffe as he takes a bite out of a giant Valentine’s Day treat.
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!
A great way to introduce your child to continents is to start with North America, the continent where he lives! Color in the continent and the animals living on it. Take a wild guess what continent is south of North America. Click here for the coloring page for South America.
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