Does your little shopper love going to the grocery store with you? Print these money and coupon templates so she can shop whenever she wants!
This worksheet's loaded with learning of all sorts...plus, there's a fun coloring activity!
Load up on learning with this counting, tracing, and coloring worksheet. Kids will use nineteen pieces of corn to work on math, literacy, and art skills.
Help your child develop math, literacy, and art skills with this fun worksheet. This Thanksgiving-themed worksheet will get your preschooler ready to learn.
This worksheet is loaded with all sorts of learning...plus a fun coloring activity, too!
This worksheet is loaded with all kinds of learning...and has a fun coloring activity, too!
This worksheet is loaded with learning of all kinds...and a fun coloring activity, too!
This worksheet is loaded with learning...and has a fun coloring activity!
This cute kindergarten math worksheet throws in a coloring activity to make addition a little less scary and a lot more fun!
Count, trace, and color two Christmas trees in this preschool worksheet. Kids will exercise academic and motor skills in this Christmas-themed worksheet.
This worksheet is loaded with learning, and a fun coloring activity too!
This worksheet will give your child practice with her observation and reasoning skills, by challenging her to match the beetle with the correct spots.
To complete this exercise your child will need to count how many of each type of flower there is, and then circle the groups that have 7 in them.
This worksheet is loaded with learning, along with a fun coloring activity, too!
This worksheet asks your preschooler to count the ladybugs to determine how many are on each leaf.
Make number and counting practice fun with number card games. Includes number cards and game sheet.
This worksheet's loaded with learning...and one fun coloring activity, too!
This worksheet's loaded with learning...plus a fun coloring activity, too!
This worksheet asks your child to count how many of each type of art supply there is, and then circle the groups that have 6 in them.
A duck wants to reach her ducklings! On this prekindergarten worksheet, kids practice counting to 10 and draw a line along that path to reach the ducklings.
Featuring a big adorable lion, this color by number has charm in spades...and it's great for number practice, too!
This worksheet is loaded with learning, plus a fun coloring activity too!
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Dot-to-dots are great for helping preschoolers practice counting, and are just plain fun to boot.
Help your preschooler practice counting with this stripey printable, which has her counting stripes on fish as well as practicing directional language.
A monkey wants to reach the bananas! On this prekindergarten worksheet, kids count to 10 and draw a line along that path that to reach the bananas.
Featuring a cute alien, mysterious planets, and a zooming rocket, this color by number sheet is lots of fun.
This preschool worksheet will help your child with her counting skills as she determines which bear has more and which has less!
Perfect for Halloween, this festive coloring page is a fun way to teach your preschooler the number 5.
Preschoolers will use their counting skills to connect the dots by following the number 1 through 10. When they're done, a mystery animal will be revealed.
In this prekindergarten math and coloring worksheet, kids connect the dots by following the numbers 1 to 10 to reveal the mystery animal in the numbers!
Kids are sure to have a blast coloring their favorite nursery rhyme characters, and practicing counting from 1 to 10 while they're at it.
Learning how to count doesn't have to be a chore. Your preschooler won't even realize he's learning as he counts up the balls and bats hidden on the page.
This worksheet asks your child to count how many there are of each type of animal, and then circle the groups that have 5 in them.
On this prekindergarten math and coloring worksheet, kids connect the dots by following the numbers 1 to 12 to reveal the mystery animal in the numbers!
Combining coloring, counting, and a hidden picture puzzle, this worksheet is sure to keep your preschooler entertained.
On this prekindergarten math and coloring worksheet, kids connect the dots by following the numbers 1 to 11 to reveal the mystery shape in the numbers!
On this prekindergarten math worksheet, kids count the apples they see in the picture and record the data in a graph.
Build your preschooler's color and number savvy with a baseball-themed coloring page featuring an umpire and catcher.
This worksheet asks your child to count the different types of vehicles on the page, and then circle the groups that have 4 in them.
Simple enough for kids just starting preschool, this cute color by number is a great way to build on your child's number and color learning.
This Valentine's Day math printable helps the holiday be learning-friendly for your child with beginning addition.
Roses are red and this worksheet is true...to helping your child practice beginning addition with you. Count numbers and add them up this Valentine's Day.
If you're looking for a simple and fun way to reinforce your preschooler's color and number practice, this sweet dinosaur color by number is just the ticket.
Addition, counting, and number writing practice is wrapped up for Valentine's Day learning with this math worksheet.
Sneak in some counting practice with this cute dot to dot featuring an elephant enjoying a bubble bath.
Your kid will practice his counting and number recognition skills with this exercise, counting musical instruments.
This cool worksheet helps your kid get a handle on writing the number 2, as she practices counting.
Get some mental exercise on turkey day by doing some simple addition problems with your kindergartener.
Alligator needs to take his first swing at hole number 1! Can your kid help him spot that very first number?
Got a future skateboarder on your hands? Turn his love for the ultra-cool form of transportation into a fun counting exercise.
This worksheet asks your child to count the number of stars of each type, and then circle the groups that have 3 in them.
Who knew that butterflies and flowers could be best friends? This cute worksheet is much more than your typical coloring page.
Count the cats before you color! This is a coloring sheet with a twist. Help your child build math and counting skills with this fun page.
This duck coloring page prompts your child to color in two ducks ... but there are three ducks on the page! Your child use his counting and coloring skills.
Practice color and number recognition with this worksheet, which challenges her to match colors with numbers, then color in a cute dinosaur!
This candy cane coloring page combines reading, counting, and holidays! He won't even realize he's learning.
Practice color and number recognition while working on his fine-motor skills with this worksheet, which challenges him to match colors with numbers.
Stop! Help this friendly traffic monkey find his sign by connecting the dots from 1-10.
Learning numbers is fun! Watch her math skills bloom. Count the number of petals on each flower and draw a line from the number 6 to the flowers with 6 petals.
Five is a big year for a preschooler and a big number! Help her get practice with counting and numbers with this fun and colorful puzzle.
Eight is great! And your child will love practicing her counting as she learns about the number eight with this fun puzzle.
Nine is fine, especially when it's in a fun puzzle! Your preschooler will love practicing her counting with a homemade number puzzle.
Need a fun way to practice those numbers? Your little one will have a great time with this puzzle all about the number 7!
Let's get together with "Two"! Enjoy making your own simple puzzle to help teach your preschooler all about the number two.
One, two, three ... GO! Have some fun making your own puzzle with this printable all about the number three.
If your child is puzzled by numbers and counting, help him out with a fun number puzzle he can make himself!
Finally the number six gets it's own puzzle! Let your little one put it together, read the number and sound out the words.
Learn how to count to ten the fun way, with a number puzzle you can make yourselves! Help your child cut out these pieces and put them back together again.
Your preschooler will get some counting practice as she colors. Counting flowers and petals can help reinforce what she knows and boost confidence with numbers.
How do preschoolers celebrate New Year's Day? The same way adults do...counting down! Challenge your kid to fill in the numbers from 10 to 1.
Preschool Subtraction: Take Away the Sweets will have preschoolers craving to solve subtraction problems through its fun and easy approach!
Challenge your young learner to fill in all the missing numbers on the eggs, all the way to 50.
Is your preschooler ready to subtract numbers up to five? This beginning subtraction worksheet will have him counting and crossing out objects for answers.
Kids count the number of buttons on each shirt and draw lines from the number 1 to the shirts that have one button on this prekindergarten math worksheet.
Boost your preschooler's number recognition and counting skills with this fun worksheet, which uses coloring and counting to teach about the number 6.
Kids count the number of gumballs in each machine and draw lines from the number 5 to groups of five on this prekindergarten math worksheet.
Kids count the number of grapes in each bunch and draw lines from the number 9 to groups of nine on this prekindergarten math worksheet.
This fun paint by number sheet, featuring an adorable snake, has it all: color mixing, number recognition, patterning, and more!
How can this fish be called a rainbow fish without any colors? He needs your child's help to brighten him up.
Kids use their watercolors to paint this toucan by number, but since they only have primary colors, they need to mix their own green, orange, and brown.
Here's a fun twist on the typical color by number sheet--try painting by number instead! Kids mix their own colors to brighten up this cute duck.
Kids count the number of seeds in each watermelon slice and draw lines from the number 8 to groups of eight on this prekindergarten math worksheet.
Challenge your kid to fill in the missing numbers from 1 to 50. This is an essential skill for understanding numbers beyond just counting them from memory.
This horse doesn't want to be boring old brown; he wants to be all the colors of the rainbow! Can your child help him out?
Whether your child's getting comfortable with counting or he's ready for a new challenge this sports themed worksheet will engage his math and number learning.
If your preschooler has an eye for style, this worksheet will help get him counting. Have him count the number of hats in each problem.
Kids count the fingers being held up on each hand and draw lines from the number 4 to the hands raising four fingers on this prekindergarten math worksheet.
Print out this page to give your child some paint by number fun. Can she get this cute tiger colored right?
Not only is this coloring page packed with cute monsters, it also helps your child learn and count to the number 6.
Your preschooler can use her counting skills to help this country mouse through the city to meet up with her friend.
This worksheet will require your child to use her observation skills, as she looks at the snowflakes to decide if they are the same or different.
Looking for a worksheet to help with your preschooler's matching skills? This worksheet is about matching modes of transportation to their descriptions.
Some activities happen every day, but others happen once in a while. Help your preschooler understand the difference by sorting several activities.
Does your curious preschooler know what objects belong in the day and in the night? Let her sort owls, stars, and rainbows daytime or nighttime scenes.
Wood doesn't just chop itself! This construction worker is missing one of his important tools. See if your preschooler can figure out which one it is!
Got a car guy (or car girl) in training? This is the perfect matching game for "car kids." Have your preschooler match the cars and draw a line connecting them.
Watermelon with cheese? Bad. Watermelon with more watermelon? Great! Have your preschooler identify the matching food items and draw a line connecting them.
See if your preschooler can do this library matching game without making a peep. Have him identify the matching library objects and draw a line connecting them.
Little zookeepers can have some fun placing these animals in the right spot--do they fly, swim or crawl?
All living things come in different shapes and sizes. Help your little one determine which of these items are BIG and which are small!
These babies have lost their mamas! Can you help them? Use sorting and categorizing skills to match the baby animal to its adult form.
Can your budding learner tell which of these items are living things? As she colors each picture, she'll decide if it grows and takes in air, water, or energy.
Help your little one get a handle on the holidays! He'll sort and categorize these different holiday items.
To complete this printable your child will look at the pictures and then identify what they are, which will help to give her reading practice.
A pig wants to play at the beach! On this prekindergarten science worksheet, kids follow a path of beach things to help the pig get to his bucket and shovel.
Can you find the matched pairs? Many shoes look similar, but not every one is the same! Practice important sorting and matching skills with this worksheet.
This worksheet challenges your preschooler to find the matching pairs of eggs.
Each row on this prekindergarten science worksheet has four pictures. One picture does not belong! Kids circle the odd picture out.
Each row on this prekindergarten worksheet has three matching pictures. But, wait! The first picture is missing something. Kids draw what's missing.
Bring along a copy of this matching socks game for long car rides and long waits, and keep your child's boredom at bay.
It's dinner time at the barnyard! Can your little farmer help feed the animals? Match up each animal to the food it likes to eat.
Kids find the things that are all the same or the thing that's different in this picture quiz.
Practice preschool skills with this printable worksheet, which will get your kid sorting household items.
Kids find the pictures that aren't like the others on this worksheet packed with cupcakes, candy corn, and other sweet treats.
Challenge your preschooler's power of observation with this worksheet that asks her to find the object that doesn't match.
Preschoolers study a group of pictures and find the one that's different in this sorting worksheet.
Can your kid spot and circle the four hidden differences between these images?
"Pizza with pancakes and a burger on the side." That's not a good meal, but this is a great matching worksheet for a preschooler.
A child can never have too many toys. If yours can handle the excitement of seeing these toys in one place, have him match them and connect them with a line.
Build your preschooler's observation and critical thinking skills with this fun worksheet.
Looking for a worksheet to help your preschooler with numbers? This printable will help improve counting skills.
Looking for a preschool worksheet to help your kid with math? This printable practices important sorting skills.
Set your junior sleuth on the case and have her put these mixed-up matching sets back together again.
Challenge your preschooler to locate all the items that don't belong in the classroom. Lions and monkeys in the classroom? Not in this world.
Something's not right! This scuba diver must have left something in his boat. See if your child can choose the correct object to help him.
Cookies in the kitchen? Good. Ice skates in the kitchen? Bad. Let your preschooler figure it out with this sorting worksheet, and she can color it in, too!
Give your preschooler some basic sorting and categorizing practice and sneak in a health tip at the same time.
This fun preschool post office game will improve your child's sorting and categorizing skills, and it may also provide a few hoots and hollers.
Have your kid take a shot at this categorizing worksheet, finding all the items that don't belong on the playground. This doubles as a fun coloring sheet.
Have a little cut-and-paste fun while seeing how your child's mind works. Cut out pictures of baby items and use them to cover items that a baby shouldn't have.
In this fun categorizing game, your preschooler decides what belongs in the library. Cut out the pictures and let him cover up the items that don't belong.
Your little one can get valuable categorizing practice with this fun worksheet featuring grocery items and some things that don't belong.
Kids cut out pictures to put silly, mixed-up animals back together on this prekindergarten science worksheet.
Would you put your swimsuit on when it's snowing outside? Let your child decide with this simple categorization worksheet
Help get your child started on the road to coin recognition with this dime coloring page.
Help your child begin to recognize the dollar and its value with this dollar coloring page.
This dollar coin coloring page is not only a blast to color, it teaches coin recognition as well.
This nickel coloring page is not only a blast to color in, it can easily transform into a money math lesson for your preschooler.
A croc needs to reach the cash register! On this prekindergarten math worksheet, kids draw a line along the path with nickels and dimes to get to the register.
There are so many coins on this worksheet, but which one is which? Challenge your child with identifying coins.
This quarter coloring page is a blast for kids to color in, and can also be turned into a money math lesson on the fly.
This coloring page is not only a fun activity, it quickly transforms into a money math lesson for preschoolers and kindergarteners.
Here's the ten-dollar bill, featuring the famous face of a former president, and just waiting to be colored in by your child!
This coloring page is not only a great indoor activity for preschoolers, it helps introduce them to money math, and even helps them recognize presidents!
A counting worksheet for preschoolers featuring a toy rocking horse.
This worksheet features a piggy bank and is a fun, familiar way to help preschoolers begin counting money.
This is a simple counting worksheet, focusing on addition and subtraction for preschoolers.
A counting worksheet for preschoolers and toddlers featuring a rubber duck. Helps children learn simple addition and subtraction skills.
Your child's reasoning and measuring skills get some play time with this colorful spring themed worksheet with comparing.
Have your preschooler choose the bigger and smaller people in this worksheet. Comparing big and small helps kids develop foundational math skills.
These pairs of sports balls come in big and little sizes. Have your preschooler identify the bigger and smaller object to build early math skills.
Get your preschooler to show you which shape is bigger or smaller. Help your child build math and comparison skills with this worksheet.
Use this bigger or smaller worksheet with your child to get him to build math and comparison skills. Preschoolers will sort fruits and vegetables by size.
Have your preschooler choose which toy is bigger or smaller in this worksheet. These exercises help children build early math and comparison skills.
Build early math skills by using this bigger or smaller worksheet with your child. Preschoolers will identify which bird is bigger or smaller in this worksheet.
Show your preschooler these animal pictures and see if he can tell which are bigger and smaller. This comparison exercise helps him build early math skills.
This measurement worksheet will let your child learn to measure objects, practice counting, identifying colors and recalling objects.
Your child will practice measuring and writing numbers, counting and identifying money by coins on this worksheet for preschool math.
Your child will practice measuring and writing numbers, counting and identifying colors on this worksheet for preschool math.
Your child will practice measuring and writing numbers, counting and identifying objects on this worksheet for preschool math.
Your child will practice measuring and writing numbers, fine motor skills, counting and identifying objects.
This colorful worksheet will help your child practice writing numbers, using a ruler, measuring and even counting.
This colorful printout lets your child practice measuring, counting, and even identify colors and objects, boosting his math and thinking skills.
Does your preschooler understand the difference between narrow and wide? Help him wrap his head around the concept of width with this comparison worksheet.
Encourage your preschooler to think about basic shapes and how they make up everyday items with this simple drawing worksheet.
This choo choo is chugging along and can't find the station! Let your little train lover color in the squares to show the path.
Test your preschooler's shape skills with this worksheet. Your child will need to identify which items are in the shape of a square.
Little Bo Beep has lost her sheep! Your preschooler can get basic shapes practice by coloring in the rectangles of this maze.
A cow needs to get to the barn! On this prekindergarten math worksheet, kids draw a line along the path that shows triangles and rectangles to get to the barn.
Preschoolers need lots of practice recognizing shapes and sizes, and these shapes worksheets are great at developing their analytical skills.
Start developing your youngster's ability to compare sizes and shapes with this worksheet.
A farmer needs to get to his piglets! On this prekindergarten math worksheet, kids draw a line along the path of triangles and rectangles to get to the piglets.
Help your preschooler make a shape connection by drawing a line from each shape name to the everyday object that resembles it.
Your preschooler will love this tracing page, all about the diamond shape. He'll get to color in the picture when he's finished!
This exercise will help your preschooler practice spatial awareness and shapes.
Let's dig for diamonds! On this prekindergarten math and coloring worksheet, kids find and color all the diamond shapes!
Help your preschooler recognize round shapes with this find-the-shape worksheet that asks her to circle all the round objects on the page.
The square search is on! On this prekindergarten math and coloring worksheet, kids find and color all the square!
These pretty flowers are just begging to be colored! Help your child build fine motor skills by tracing the circle shapes in the picture.
Have a blast coloring in this mandala made up of triangles and the number 3. This is a great way to remember that a triangle has three sides.
This prekindergarten worksheet sends kids on a diamond hunt! They use their observation skills to study details and find matching diamonds.
Have fun coloring this mandala that is made up of pentagons featuring the number 5! This is a great way to remember that a pentagon has 5 sides.
Color in the shapes that make up this mandala to create a fun and modern work of art!
Add color to this geometric version of a mandala. How many circles do you think it took to create this picture?
Learning simple shapes is fun with this cute printable maze that helps preschoolers practice recognizing triangles.
This shape maze is a helpful, not to mention fun, exercise that helps preschoolers learn to recognize squares.
Celebrate your preschooler's achievement with this cool printable award that officially certifies her as a shapes champ.
More than just a sea creature coloring page, this worksheet challenges kids to find all the diamonds in the picture to help build their shape knowledge.
If you're looking for a way to make learning shapes fun, this hidden rectangles worksheet just might be the answer!
Learning about triangles is fun with this hidden shapes worksheet featuring a bear cub happily building a sandcastle at the beach.
Not only does this hidden shapes worksheet help preschoolers recognize squares, it also doubles as a coloring page!
Hidden picture puzzles are a fun way to help your preschooler practice shapes. Can she find all the circles in the animal parade?
Shapes! Your child's fine motor skills can improve as she carefully traces the circles, squares, triangles and rectangles in this worksheet.
It's an oval overload! On this prekindergarten math and coloring worksheet, kids find and color all the ovals!
This fun preschool math worksheet challenges your child to match everyday objects with the shapes she learns at school!
Get ready for rectangles! On this prekindergarten math and coloring worksheet, kids find and color all the rectangles!
In preschool math, your child will learn all about different shapes and sizes. challenge him to identify the largest animal in the group on this fun worksheet!
Your preschooler will learn her shapes by helping the duck find his way back to his pond.
These everyday objects are shaped like triangles, circles, and rectangles. Can your preschooler draw a line from the objects to their matching shapes?
Practice coloring in the square shapes and the number 4 that make up this mandala. This is a fun and easy way to remember that a square is four-sided!
Practice shape recognition and build your fine motor skills with this shape-filled worksheet.
This worksheet will help your child practice her shape recognition skills as she helps the cow find her way back to the barn.
Help your child practice her shape recognition skills by helping the fireman find his way back to his fire hydrant!
Which diamonds are the same in each row? This worksheet will help your child practice her shape recognition skills and learn about grouping.
This worksheet will help your child build her shape recognition skills as she finds the path of ovals that leads the bird back to her nest.
Your preschooler will have fun learning her shapes as she helps the farmer find his piglets.
This worksheet requires a child to identify what is a rectangle in this picture.
The circle search is on! On this prekindergarten math and coloring worksheet, kids find and color all the circles!
Follow the stars to help this little astronaut get home! This shapes maze helps kids with shape identification.
A bird needs to fly back to her nest and her eggs! On this prekindergarten math worksheet, kids draw a line along the path that shows ovals to get to the nest.
Let's try to find triangles! On this prekindergarten math and coloring worksheet, kids find and color all the triangles!
A builder needs to find his tools! On this prekindergarten math worksheet, kids draw a line along the path that shows rectangles to get to the tools.
A duck needs to get to the pond! On this prekindergarten math worksheet, kids draw a line along the path that shows circles and squares to get to the pond.
These toys have gotten their shadows all mixed up! Can your child match up the toy shapes? She'll be learning about patterns and sorting as she goes.
This bear is lost! Tell your preschooler to help him get home by coloring in a trail of circles. This fun exercise will help your child recognize circles.
This penguin is waddling but he wants to swim! Help him find the hole in the ice. This maze is excellent practice in recognizing shapes for kids.
Hop along into shape recognition! Help this cute bunny find his way home by hopping along the triangles in this fun shapes maze.
Ready ... Set ... Go! This race car is having trouble finding the finish line. Have your preschool racer help by coloring in a race track of triangles.
If your preschooler can recognize shapes and sizes, give him the extra challenge of recognizing subtly different colors with this worksheet.
Introduce your child to vehicle shapes with this fun match-up activity. She'll get to practice sorting and categorizing vehicle shapes as she goes.
Oh, no! The duck is lost, and he can only move along circles! Have your preschooler come to the rescue and help this cute duck quack back home.
Help your preschooler sort out the silly shapes included on this printable to design a kooky alien of her own, strengthening her math foundation.
This little mini book is the perfect way to get your preschooler started learning simple shapes.
Ask your child to find all the triangles in this worksheet on identifying shapes. He'll hone his skill of identifying shapes, a key part of basic geometry.
Oh, what a mix-up! With this worksheet, your child matches mixed-up shapes together.
This worksheet helps your preschooler with patterns by challenging her to find the sequence in this bug parade.
Learning math and music often go hand in hand. They both rely on pattern recognition! Help your little one build basic math skills with this coloring activity.
Kids color in the diamonds and triangles to create their own patterns on this prekindergarten math worksheet.