Color in this picture of a baby turkey (called a "poult") and hang your picture up around the house after you're finished.
This color by letter kindergarten reading worksheet features capital and lowercase D. Kids use a key to color the page and reveal a hidden dolphin picture.
Kids practice adding single-digit numbers and writing the sums on this bath-themed kindergarten worksheet of picture math problems.
Your little dinosaur lover will practice counting by completing this dot-to-dot dinosaur's outline and color the triceratops using his favorite colors.
This color by letter kindergarten reading worksheet features capital and lowercase R. Kids use a key to color the page and reveal a hidden rabbit picture.
This color by letter kindergarten reading worksheet features capital and lowercase C. Kids use a key to color the page and reveal a hidden cactus picture.
Melissa Mouse needs a hand (or six!) with her clocks. Help Melissa draw in the clock hands to indicate the times listed for these analog clock faces.
For this kindergarten math worksheet, kids practice telling time by reading a digital time and choosing which of three clocks displays the matching analog time.
Test your child's alphabet knowledge with this fun color by number worksheet, featuring an ocean submarine.
If your child loves undersea animals, this connect the dots sheet, featuring a pretty sea horse, is the one for her.
Kids give a skating koala a hand, drawing a path from the koala to the ice by counting and tracing numbers from 1 to 20 on this kindergarten math worksheet.
Arr, it's time to find some pirate treasure! Kids get practice with three-digit counting as they fill in the missing numbers to find the treasure chest.
Kids color and count teacups with the number 20 on this kindergarten math worksheet, which offers practice recognizing and writing whole numbers and counting.
Kids get practice writing and counting three-digit numbers as they complete this fun-filled math missing numbers game.
Give your child help learning the letter I with this printable connect the dots puzzle.
Looking for a crafty worksheet to help your kid with his fine-motor skills? This printable will give him practice with folding and cutting.
Pop! Someone is blowing bubbles everywhere! Kids completing this kindergarten math worksheet color and count ones with the number 14.
Socks usually come in pairs, but these silly socks are all mixed up! For this kindergarten math worksheet, kids color and count the socks with the number 17.
This simple maze is great for exercising fine motor skills, and the fun spaceship background is an essential addition to any maze-lover's collection.
Kids give a surfing starfish a hand, drawing a path from the starfish to the wave by counting from 1 to 20 on this kindergarten math worksheet.
Your child will have a great time doing this kindergarten math worksheet! Kids add single-digit numbers and write the sums on this ninja-themed worksheet.
Using her counting skills, your child will learn the difference between more and less by figuring out which flock, gaggle, or group has the most in it.
Kids practice adding numbers with addends up to 10 and writing the sums on this veggie-themed kindergarten math worksheet.
For each problem on this worksheet, kids subtract single-digit numbers to see how many apples are left after someone has had a tasty snack.
This little story book that kids can cut out and make themselves is just the thing to get kindergarteners excited about learning how to read.
Help your child improve his handwriting skills with this printable worksheet, which is all about the four seasons.
Here's a challenging twist on kindergarten-level pattern worksheets. Match up the patterns that most closely resemble each other.
Kids help a monkey pirate, drawing a path from the monkey to treasure island by counting and tracing numbers from 1 to 20 on this kindergarten math worksheet.
Bunnies are usually cute, but not this bunny. Kids help clean up the dust bunny, drawing a path from the vacuum to the dust bunny by counting from 1 to 20.
Can you roar like a dinosaur? Kids completing this kindergarten math worksheet will color and count dinosaurs with the number 15.
You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream! For this kindergarten math worksheet, kids color and count the ice cream scoops with the number 16.
It's raining! It's pouring! (But we don't hear any snoring!) For this kindergarten math worksheet, kids color and count the raindrops with the number 18.
This color by letter kindergarten reading worksheet features capital and lowercase W. Kids use a key to color the page and reveal a hidden whale picture.
This simple cupcake maze is a great way to exercise those writing muscles and boost hand-eye coordination at the same time.
Along with being lots of fun, this star maze is a great way to get your child to exercise his writing muscles and put his early reasoning skills to work.
Help Ricky the Caterpillar find the softest, squishiest apple to burrow his way through.
In this fun printable board game, kids toss pennies onto the board, trying to get them to land in the penny toss monsters' mouths.
Kids get practice with colors, numbers, and following instructions as they color in this adorable puppy.
This activity is perfect for beginning counters. Your child will get to practice tracing numbers and placing them in the right order.
The hamsters love to play outside! For this kindergarten math worksheet, kids count and color just the hamsters with the number 6.