Published at Monday, April 06th 2020. by Odeletta Gerard in Animal.
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.
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.
Kids love playing with paper dolls, and what better way to learn about other cultures than with paper dolls from around the world. Kids can color the doll and his traditional outfit, then use the clues to figure out which Asia Pacific country he’s from. In his country, people enjoy eating a dish called nasi lemak, which is rice wrapped in a banana leaf with cucumber slices, dried anchovies, roasted peanuts, hard boiled egg, and hot spicy sauce.
Print out this joy coloring page for your child to color in during the holiday season. Encourage your child to feel the ’joy’ that the holidays bring! This is a great activity to give to your child during the Christmas season, and it also makes a great reading and motor skill strengthening exercise for young children.
Talk about life science in this worksheet about the human body! Perfect for first-grade students, this science worksheet asks students to look at a colorful diagram and label parts of the human body. They will practice identifying the foot, hand, elbow, and more in this fun activity. This resource also encourages students to practice their spelling as they write these common words.
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.
Time for a fraction review! Go over what your second grader has learned so far with this handy worksheet. She’ll practice identifying fractions, coloring them, and comparing them.
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