Did you know there is a national park that is almost all underwater? Introduce your child to Biscayne National Park with this fun coloring sheet.
This is a forest without trees! Teach your child about the Petrified Forest with this worksheet, and talk about why we protect this colorful piece of land.
One of the most awesome sights to behold, the Grand Canyon is one of our nation's most famous national parks.
Some of the best hiking and rock climbing in the country can be found in Yosemite. Introduce your child to this beautiful piece of land.
Remember to pack this San Antonio coloring page on your road trip this summer break as a quick fix for backseat boredom.
Tourists love to visit the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Kids color and cut out a native costume for this paper doll, then guess what country the doll is from. Hint: The capital city is Madrid.
No fires to put out here - just playtime with a female firefighter paper doll!
Here's a silly game that uses nursery rhymes, while introducing a big concept in first grade reading and writing: learning about nouns and verbs.
Use empty soda bottles to create a fun bowling set that helps your first grader practice addition skills!
This first grade science experiment looks like a magic trick. Now you see it, now you don't! Read here to learn how.
Work on homophones, words that sound the same, and spelling with this imaginative activity!
Here's a fun book-making project that will help your child learn to abbreviate and provide a great art lesson at the same time!
Celebrate the 100th day of school by counting and spelling your way to a "$1.00" word in this 3rd grade math and reading game.
Remember the classic card game, Go Fish? Here's a fun twist on it that will help your third grader learn her grammar terms in a fun way!
Want to help your child recognize the recipe for a successful sentence? Here's a fun activity to get your child thinking about how sentences work.