Published at Friday, April 03rd 2020. by Ivonne Lefebvre in Kids.
Ever wonder what the earth is made of? Learn about the four layers of our planet with this colorful worksheet by reading the informative paragraph. Then practice reading comprehension and handwriting skills by labeling the different layers.
Children learn all about volcanoes with this carefully labeled illustration of an erupting volcano. This science worksheet depicts well-known volcanic elements including magma, lava flow, and eruption cloud, along with components like scoria that students may be unfamiliar with. This volcanology resource, designed for a fourth grade Earth and space science curriulum, makes a great hands-on coloring activity, as well as a handy classroom reference tool.
Have your child take a stroll down a modern Main Street with these cute coloring pages of everyday places. Here’s a picture of the local playground for him to color. Does he know the names of any of the structures?
Oh no, it’s an alligator! Actually, it’s just a fun take on the letter A. Give your preschoolers this letter A coloring page as they work on their letter knowledge. Will they color in the capital A to match a green alligator? Or will they surprise you with a colorful combination? This creative coloring page will have your students learning the shape and sound of the letter A.
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!
The story is mixed up! Kids will have to look at the pictures and read the words to put the story back in order again. As a bonus, kids get to color in the pictures.
Here’s a fun way to get in some addition practice. As your child completes the math problems, he’ll also be coloring a fun day at the beach! Can he get all the math problems right and end up with a perfectly colored scene?
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