Practice creative writing with some simple sentence prompts. Fill in the holes to describe what it's like to swim in the ocean.
Color, cut out, and play with these fun animal finger puppets as your nature lover learns more about prairie dogs, bison, and other animals of the grasslands.
Watch your little zoologist color, cut out, and play with these delightful bobcat, roadrunner, and rattlesnake finger puppets.
Meet the residents of the Rocky Mountains with this set of finger puppets that features a cast of Rocky Mountain animals.
Color in these critters that call the Everglades their home and learn more about life science in the process.
Having a pet is a big responsibility. Help your child decide which items he needs to help care for Casey the cat.
Your budding ecologist will learn about Hawaiian creatures as she colors, cuts out, and plays with sea turtle, monk seal, stilt bird, and quail finger puppets.
Do monkeys live in the rainforest or the desert? Your child will get familiar with animals and their different habitats with this fun match up game.
Does your child like animals and enjoy drawing? Then she'll love this activity! There's room for her to draw the habitats for six different wild animals.
Meet the inhabitants of the arctic tundra with these delightful printable, which features a cast of caribou, arctic fox, arctic hare, and ermine finger puppets.
Looking for a worksheet to help with your kid's matching skills? This printable is all about matching items with their names!
Invite your kindergartener to fill out this elephant chart--testing her knowledge of an elephant's parts.
Test your kindergartener's understanding of the parts of a dolphin with this adorable, fill-in-the-blank dolphin chart.
This friendly-looking penguin is cute enough to cuddle, but your kindergartener can start by filling out this chart of penguin parts.
The Northwest Pacific of America is teeming with life, from people to plants to animals! Get ready for fun and learning with Pacific Northwest finger puppets.