It’s that time of year again! Teacher Appreciation Week is just around the corner and we wanted to take a moment to say thank you to all of the amazing teachers out there. Teachers work tirelessly day in and day out to help mold our children into amazing adults, and we couldn’t be more grateful. …
I love creating free printables for children of all ages. Some are educational and some are just plain for fun. I hope you find something that inspires or motivates your child to learn more about the world around them!
Why should I use printable worksheets for my kids?
1. Printable activities can be used as a reward system in place of rewards
2. They help teach skills like math, science, reading comprehension etc.
3. You don’t need expensive materials to create great ones – even if it’s only on paper.
How do you know which one will work best with your kid/kids?
It depends on their age. If they’re young, then simple things like coloring pages usually work well. If they’re older then they might enjoy doing puzzles or learning new ways to play games together.
What kind of printables would you recommend for kids?
It really depends on your goals. Are you trying to sneak in an educational lesson or practicing a skill? Is it just to be crafty for a holiday or spend an afternoon together on a rainy day? It’s totally up to you. Here are some ideas to get you started:
- Math Puzzles
- Sorting Games
- Coloring Pages
- Science Experiments
- Toddler Busy Book Activities
- Doodle Art Prompts
- Dolch Sight Word Worksheets
- Reading Comprehension Worksheets
- Learning Math Facts
- Paper Finger Puppets
- Writing Prompts
- Counting Game Ideas
- Crossword Puzzles
- Word Search
- Geography Activity Sheets
- Reading Chart
- Alphabet Letter Cards
- Number Line Practice
- Counting Numbers to 100
- Printable Bookmarks
- Halloween Crafts
- Thanksgiving Crafts
- Browse through our other printables
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Are you looking for good ways to improve self-esteem and encourage good attitudes and behaviors in kids? These encouraging affirmation lunch box notes are a fun way to motivate children! Using positive affirmations for kids can help children feel motivated and encouraged. It can also help them develop a strong sense of self-worth, which is …
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After years of teaching dyslexic students, a good friend of mine has several reading strategies for reluctant readers that I’d like to share with you. She feels multilingual strategies are most helpful to all struggling readers, especially those with dyslexia. Blending and segmenting words is another skill many of her students are struggling with. She …
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If you’re looking for a fun and easy way for your kids to practice multiplication, try using math multiplication wheels! These printable worksheets are perfect for homeschooling families or anyone who wants to make learning math easier. We have 10 different multiplication wheel worksheets for you to work with, so your kids can get plenty …