Published at Friday, October 25th 2019. by Faunia Gilbert in Kids.
These odd and even numbers are all mixed up! Kids decide which numbers are odd and which are even, and then color them in accordingly. Not only a great way to pave the way for future multiplication concepts, it makes a pretty and rewarding picture when finished!
First graders are learning all about the seasons. This winter worksheet provides a fun activity to build a snowman and an opportunity to teach about other events that happen during this time of year. Have your students grab their crayons, scissors, glue, and imaginations for this arts and crafts activity. They will color, cut, and paste their creations together to help decorate their homes or classroom!
Students practice shading, writing, and calculating fractions in this two-page worksheet. Children begin by shading in triangles, then writing the fraction of the triangles that they colored in. They then draw circles and shade in the number indicated, writing the amount as a fraction. Designed for a third grade math curriculum, this visual worksheet lends well to both an introduction to and a review of easy fractions.
By counting colorful pictures out loud and comparing groups of items your child gets the beginnings of greater than and less than as a part of math. This worksheet deals with groups of four to seven.
This colorful fall crossword puzzle is a fun way to practice spelling and learn all about autumn.
Simple enough for kids just starting preschool, this cute color by number is a great way to build on your child’s number and color learning. As she colors the dino pals, she’ll work on color and number recognition.
Enjoy this colorful and fun worksheet about short vowels! Kindergartners and other young learners will be asked to look at picture clues to help them fill in the short vowel missing from each word on the sheet. This fill-in-the-blank worksheet builds understanding of letter-sound relationships and middle sounds and letters in a word.
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