Published at Tuesday, April 07th 2020. by Darcey Leclercq in Coloring Pages.
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.
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!
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.
This first day of school coloring page features a girl following her morning routine to get dressed and ready for school. Is your child scared, excited, or a little of both this back to school season? Have your little one add color to the scene to help relax her first day of school jitters!
Kids connect the dots A-Z to bring Mr. Cat to life in this alphabet and coloring activity. Perfect for dot-to-dot fans, this kindergarten-level worksheet is a fun way for children to work on recognizing letters and ordering the alphabet. It also makes a fun offline game for home, school, or travel.
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!
How much do you know about our home planet? Boost your Earth knowledge with this science printable. After learning fun facts about the planet we call home, kids get to test their knowledge through fun coloring and unscrambling activities.
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