Your second grader won't mind practicing double-digit addition when these alien accomplices give her a helping hand.
Liven up addition practice with a colorful, road-trip themed addition worksheet!
Kids will use their two-digit math skills to find out which race car is driving the fastest in this math worksheet. Try this math worksheet with your child.
If your second grader is confused about carrying, give him some extra practice with this brand new concept by asking him to complete this colorful printable.
Who says math has to be in black and white? Inject some color into math practice with this bright and cheery flower-themed worksheet.
Double digits got your second grader down? Get her to practice addition in style with this race car-themed worksheet.
Simple fractions worksheet helps teach your child to reduce fractions to their simplest form and cartoon characters keep learning interesting.
Give your child great color-mixing practice with this fun paint by number worksheet, featuring a bird who's just found himself a yummy worm.
The tomatoes are ripe for harvest! For this kindergarten math worksheet, kids pick tomatoes by counting and coloring the tomatoes with the number 5.
Print out this spring-themed addition worksheet and make the next rainy day an educational one for your first grader!
This bright worksheet introduces your second grader to the long vowel sound "e." It's sure to entertain as it educates!
Enlist this colorful worksheet that dives into long "A" sounds to get him ready to read!
Boosting your second grader's understanding of reading and phonics won't be a chore with this entertaining short vowel e worksheet!
Whether you're throwing a party or just whipping up a special dessert, these Halloween cupcake picks are sure to make your day a frightfully festive one.
What story can your second grader come up with for this winter scene? He also gets some coloring time to go along with the story he writes.
This fun homophone practice worksheet sharpens kids' spelling and writing skills as they learn all about homophones.
Is your child up for a pattern challenge? She'll flex her pattern recognition skills as she fills in the blanks with the correct words to complete each pattern.
Help your child learn about the official duties of the President with this color-by-number page of the presidential seal.
This under the sea scene has more than just the typical starfish in it. Your child will count and color by number to bring the page to life!
Get a head start on grammar with this sentence building worksheet. Kids unscramble crazy cake sentences and put the words in an order that makes sense.
Your child will count and subtract in this Easter-themed worksheet, perfect for visual learners. Help your kid see how many bunnies, tulips, and eggs are left.
Give your little chickadee a fun coloring project this Easter! Decorate the house with these cute stand-up drawings.
Get in gear for Easter with this letter maze that teaches the alphabet and challenges kids at the same time.
Give your little bunnies a fun coloring project this Easter! Decorate the house with these cute stand-up drawings.
Happy swimming ducks and a sunning turtle fill the scene in this cheerful spring coloring page. Let your kids color away--it's sure to brighten their day!
Keep little hands busy this Easter with an adorable coloring page filled with a fluffy bunny and pretty patterned eggs.
This tulip coloring page is just the thing to inspire your little artist on Easter. For an extra bit of fun, read the charming Easter rhyme aloud for everyone!
Bring a little spring cheer to your child's day with this cute pony coloring page.
This subtraction practice worksheet combines number writing with pictures and counting to make beginning subtraction easier for your child!
Dress to impress! Decide which outfit goes with which season: spring, summer, fall or winter.
April showers bring May flowers! Get ready for a beautiful spring time, and create a season-appropriate wardrobe for your own paper doll boy.
The lucky bee on this coloring page has stumbled upon a lovely treat, a bunch of beautiful spring flowers blooming in the sun
This pretty nature scene is sure to inspire your kindergartener to complete a one-of-a-kind, creative coloring job.
Featuring a flowering tree, butterfly, and landscape of lilies, this coloring page evokes the excitement of spring.
Visual learners will learn subtraction basics with our colorful, flower-themed worksheet. Kids will count picture of flowers, then cross out images to subtract.
A connect the dots worksheet is like counting practice rolled up into fun with "drawing."
Cross out butterflies to learn subtraction basics in this math worksheet. Kids will solve subtraction problems by crossing out pictures of butterflies.
April showers bring May flowers! Get ready for a beautiful spring time, and create a season-appropriate wardrobe for your own paper doll girl.
Uh-oh, it looks like it might rain soon! Let your friends know what the weather is like where you live with this fun postcard project.
This scarecrow coloring page will help your kids celebrate fall. Have your autumn brown, orange, red, and yellow crayons handy!
This pumpkin coloring page features a pumpkin so big, two kids have to carry it. Try this giant pumpkin coloring page this fall.
Learn the word "both" in this write and draw sight words worksheet. Kids will trace the word before writing it out and coloring it on its own.
Explore the life cycle of a pumpkin with your kids with this colorful cut and paste growth chart.
This mandala is of fall produce, and features fruits and veggies that taste best during the fall: pumpkin, brussels sprouts, grapes, and more.
Get into the season with this fall-themed coloring page of a maple tree losing its leaves.
Color in this traditional American Jack o' Lantern, made of pure pumpkin.
Fall is all about leaves, leaves everywhere. Have your kid color in these signs of the season as you gear up for stormy days, hot chocolate, and heavy coats.
It's that time of year when the leaves change colors, fall off the branches, and clog up our rain gutters.
This might not be as big as the world's largest pumpkin (1,810 pounds!), but it's a start.
The scarecrow on this coloring page doesn't really seem to be doing his job--instead of scaring the crows away, he's giving them a friendly smile!
Color these leaves with some red and orange, like the colors they turn during the autumn months.
Get ready for autumn with this fall leaf coloring page! Add color to the boy who's celebrating fall by jumping into a pile of leaves.
Get ready for the cool breeze of autumn, and create a season-appropriate wardrobe for your own paper doll boy.
This silly coloring page features a Halloween monster having a great time with a bag of yummy candy.
Familiarize your student with the differences between questions and statements in this Halloween-themed worksheet.
Start your Halloween right with this Halloween bat coloring page filled with skulls, flying bats...and candy!
Here's a Halloween coloring page that's sure to entertain your child. It features a cat, and a Jack-o-Lantern that looks just like him!
Have spelling and word building fun with your child in this themed worksheet of Halloween words.
As your child is having fun coloring, he'll be learning new facts about this Washington state.
Challenge your child to a geography puzzle with this fun mystery state coloring page. Can she guess the state?
This fun coloring page features a backyard scene complete with barbecue, picnic table, and play area.
The cat is on the chair. The mouse is under the table. In this worksheet, kids practice describing position by relating each object to another object near it.
Test your child's state knowledge with this mystery coloring sheet, featuring the Mountain State.
Teach your child about his country with this geography coloring page featuring Utah, also known as the Beehive State.
This mystery state coloring page features North Dakota, also known as the Peace Garden State. Can your child guess which state she's coloring?
Combing coloring and geography with this fun printable. Can your child guess which state is the home of the Mount Rushmore National Memorial?
Eight US presidents came from this state, and its symbols include the American foxhound, and the tiger swallowtail butterfly. Can you guess the state?
Introduce your first grader to one of America's most significant historic symbols and four of its most famous presidents with this Mount Rushmore printable.
Here's a fun coloring page with a challenge that just might leave your young geography buff stumped: can he guess the name of this mystery state?
This state coloring page is full of fun things to color, from a ladybug to an Eastern hemlock, and each picture represents one of Pennsylvania's state symbols.
A worksheet on Vermont for 1st and 2nd graders, featuring state symbols, history and facts.
Bullfighting is a tradition practiced in many parts of the world, but it is most commonly associated with Spain.
Did you know there are 24 different time zones across the globe? Have your 4th grade student practice his time zone calculations with these word problems.
Is candy a type of vegetable or not? See how much your child knows about healthy eating with this fun coloring activity.
This cute worksheet asks your first grader to write down each part of the human body--encouraging research on life science and boosting his spelling ability!
When your child uses this worksheet, he'll work on his storytelling ability and a ton of other helpful skills as well.
This laugh-out-loud worksheet is sure to inspire your first grader to write a silly story.
What turned Louie's frown upside-down? This cute story starter gets your first grader writing a turtle tale.
Help your first grader learn the life science of lakes with this pretty worksheet that encourages her to do some research on things that live near lakes.
Does your child love butterflies? She'll learn all about them as she's asked to draw each stage of the butterfly's life.
Did you know St. Louis, Missouri is home to the famous Gateway Arch? Teach your child about the history of St. Louis with this fun worksheet.
Amelia Earhart changed the face of aviation, proving that a woman could do everything the boys could when it came to flying.
On this multiplication board game, kids solve intermediate multiplication problems and move around the board, trying to pass as many corners as they can.
With a colorful cut-and-paste puzzle and a healthy helping of multiplication practice, this worksheet is just the thing to get reluctant kids practicing math.
Looking for a fun way to get your child to practice his times tables? Try out Math-Go-Round!
Does your child dream of multiplying his stash of toys to staggering numbers? Get him started with this multiplication worksheet.
Kids completing this third grade math worksheet multiply by 3 to solve each equation and also fill in a multiplication chart for the number 3.
Featuring a chameleon and coloring activity, this worksheet is the antidote to boring math practice. After the math, your kid can color to his heart's content.
The beads on the necklaces on this prekindergarten math worksheet appear in patterns. Kids study each pattern to determine which bead should come next.
On this prekindergarten math worksheet, kids help decorate by hanging lanterns in a pattern. Kids study each pattern to determine which color should come next.
Give your child great geography practice as he identifies and labels the major cities and landforms of Wyoming.
Here's a great worksheet for boosting map-reading skills, and it teaches kids all about the geography of the state of Oregon, too.
Test your knowledge of the states and their capitals with this U.S. geography crossword puzzle. See if you can figure out the states that host Atlanta and more.
The U.S. map is like a jigsaw puzzle: each state has a unique shape. Can you match these eight unique state shapes to their names?
You might be able to name the state that Phoenix is in, but what about Montpelier? This U.S. geography crossword helps you discover the answer and more.
Grab a map and get some states and capitals practice! Kids identify states by capital city and shape, building knowledge of U.S. geography.
Where in the West is Wyoming? This U.S. map is missing the names of all of the western states, and your child will need to fill in their names.
This picture puzzle will help your fourth grader learn more about the state capitals.
Think your child knows his U.S. States? Test his knowledge with this fun roundup of state trivia.
Kids practice sounding out and writing long i words as they complete the sentences with a word from the word bank.
Gear up your first grader for reading success with a lesson in word families. Get started with -at words like cat, bat, and fat.
Looking for a worksheet to help your child learn vowels? This printable worksheet will improve his skills as he find words with the long "E" sounds.
Ready to introduce your child to 3-D geometric shapes? This worksheet helps kids find 3-D shapes in the world around them!
What do you always pass on the way to success? Find out by translating the sign language letters into alphabetical letters to reveal the quote.
Who should you walk with to become wise? Translate the sign language letters into alphabetical letters to reveal the famous quote and find out the answer!
Complete this fun finger spelling exercise by translating the sign language letters into alphabetical letters to reveal the famous quote.
Attitude is everything! Translate the sign language letters into alphabetical letters to reveal the famous quote about having a good attitude.
Your fourth grader can practice story sequencing and flex his reading comprehension by putting the paragraphs in order to tell a story beginning to end.
Many folk tales share similarities, but are also very different. Can you find the similarities and differences between these two stories?
What should you be if you can't be kind? Find out by translating the sign language letters into alphabetical letters to reveal the famous quote!
Decode this message by reading the American Sign Language hand symbols on the page. Practice the alphabet American Sign Language signs in this worksheet.
Shh... can you speak without talking? American Sign Language is the language of the deaf, but is a great tool to have and use!
Does your child need a head start in creative writing? Give her this story starter worksheet, and she'll help Marnie figure out how to bake her muffins!
This hurdler is running away from run-on sentences! Build reading and writing skills with this beginner's writing worksheet.
Shh, this bee is buzzing, but I can't hear what he is saying! Help your first grader build his reading and writing skills with this early writing worksheet.
How much does your first grader know about the desert? Test her habitat knowledge with this fun printable.
Your first grader will research and identify the animal and plant life that live near the sea, using both her own knowledge and the help of the Internet.
Your preschooler will love learning about words with this Rhyme Connection worksheet. She'll use pictures and letters to determine which word rhymes with which!
This first grade math worksheet will help your child visualize how addition works by presenting addition problems two ways: with numbers and with dots!
Your child will be adding like a pro after using these money-counting worksheets, featuring simple addition problems involving money.
A quick worksheet for 1st-graders studying addition and money-counting skills.
Round up these errant coins and learn about money and addition in the process.
Help Nina, William, and Deana figure out how much money they have. Kids will solve money word problems to figure out how much cash each character has.
Put your first grader on the fast track for counting and drawing, plus get her familiar with identifying money, starting with coins!
Encourage your young mathematician to help Stacy, Martin, and Gregory calculate how much money they have. Try this money math word problems worksheet.
Fun to wear and fashionable to boot, these paper pretend watches are a cool way to introduce your first grader to analog time.
This sporty worksheet is a great way for your kindergartener to practice identifying beginning sounds and writing lowercase letters.