Published at Saturday, December 21st 2019. by Trinetta Allain in Animal.
Travel from Mercury to Pluto in this solar system coloring page. Students in second grade and fans of Earth and space science will enjoy this friendly, informative coloring worksheet. As they color in the rings of Saturn and Earth’s moon, they will discover fascinating details about the structure of our solar system.
Introduce your kindergartener to continents with a fun coloring page. Color the cute koala, kangaroo and shark that inhabit this continent. We’ve got more continents pages for you! Try out Antarctica.
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.
Practice fractions over Spring Break with all kinds of cute and colorful spring things. Divvy up these groups of eggs, bunnies, chicks and flowers!
What is the color blue? With this reading and writing worksheet, your preschoolers will find out while making their very own book all about it! Have students grab their blue crayons to trace words and color the pictures. Once they have completed this resource, they will have learned new vocabulary, such as ”whale” and ”water.” This is a great way to encourage early writing and reinforce letter knowledge, colors, and more.
Rainbows look pretty in the sky, but also look pretty on your plate! With this coloring page, encourage your children to eat a wide variety of fruits and vegetables in an array of colors — the younger they learn about ’eating a rainbow’, the healthier they’ll be in the long run.
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.
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