David Shackelford's Collection
Explore history with famous female navigator Sacagawea. Sacagawea was a Native American woman who helped Lewis and Clark find their way across the west, and her efforts helped the U.S. grow.
History students can learn all the first modern first lady in this biography worksheet, and can develop their reading comprehension skills as well.
This bouncing bunny is spreading Easter eggs across the countryside, and your child can add some color to this page by exercising her number recognition skills.
Looks like the artist of this worksheet never finished! It's up to your child to add the rest of the colors, using the numbers along the bottom as a guide.
Marie Curie was a great scientist, and the first woman to be awarded the Nobel Prize. Learn about this brilliant woman with this history worksheet.
Florence Nightingale revolutionized nursing. Your little historian can learn about Florence's life in this biography worksheet.
Your little artist can make a perfect picture for a special person with this color by number page! While she's coloring, she'll also be practicing numbering.
Pay tribute to our country's veterans and active armed forces with a coloring page featuring a heroic soldier of World War II.
Coloring is as easy as 1-2-3 with this color by number page! Your young artist can practice her number skills as she colors this pretty parrot.
Take a historic trip back to the civil war period and color the soldiers from the two opposing forces.