Featuring a flowering tree, butterfly, and landscape of lilies, this coloring page evokes the excitement of spring.
Here are some sweet Easter problems to keep your child busy this holiday! He'll put his reading skills to the test to solve these word problems.
Enjoy an egg-cellent Easter review of addition facts! Hunt for a solution in each colorful egg, each with a simple addition problem for your first grader to solve.
Looking for colorful, kid friendly entertainment this Easter? Throw in a little learning with this word scramble worksheet!
Is candy a type of vegetable or not? See how much your child knows about healthy eating with this fun coloring activity.
Spring is on the way with flowers trumpeting the return of sunshine. Explore this diagram of the calla lily and color it in too!
Celebrate the coming of spring and with a daffodil coloring page, complete with a diagram so your little blossom can learn the parts of a flower as she colors!
Print out this spring-themed addition worksheet and make the next rainy day an educational one for your first grader!
What lies at the end of the rainbow? Help your child celebrate St. Patrick's Day, or any day, with this pot of gold coloring page.
It's time for March madness! Introduce your child to the concept of calendars with this great introductory worksheet.
Your first grader will have a blast with this entertaining printable that asks him to guess the month of the year when given clues and jumbled letters.
Teach your second grader how to spell one of the most difficult-to-spell months of the year with this fun printable word scramble.
Teach your child about this "holiday" with a Groundhog Day coloring page. It features a groundhog who has just seen his shadow. Winter must not be over yet!
Work on this fun Groundhog Day coloring page while waiting to see if the groundhog will see his shadow this year.
Butterflies are one of the most amazing and beautiful insects, and now they can even teach counting, too.
Do some addition and color the peacock! Solve the equations and then color by number to reveal a marvelous peacock masterpiece.
This springtime garden scene needs some brightening, and your child can help! All she needs to do is complete the simple addition problems and color by number.