Published at Monday, January 27th 2020. by Celestiel Maury in Coloring Pages.
Why do dogs have fur, but bugs don’t? Learn all about different types of animals with this worksheet on simple animal classes, perfect for students who are just embarking on life science. When they’re done, they can color in their favorite animals!
Kindergarteners will get handwriting practice and love sharing about their lives as they write a report all about them using this colorful worksheet!
F is for feather and for frog! Your child can practice F’s letter sound and her memory skills by identifying objects as she colors them in.
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!
Does your child know the colors in Spanish? Have her flex her knowledge and eye for Spanish vocabulary with this fun word search worksheet.
What is energy? Energy is the ability to do work! Use this colorful worksheet to teach your little scientist the basics of energy. Then, see if she can point out examples of everday energy.
Turn coloring time into a fun learning moment with alphabet coloring pages. J is for jigsaw puzzle, jump rope and much more—she can practice J’s letter sound andas she colors she’ll learn new words that start with J !
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