Grab your colored pencils and your crayons and get your creative juices flowing with a story starter worksheet that lets you add the illustrations!
Here are a few fun things to help your first grader think about the spring season. What does he like to do? What do people wear in springtime?
Pause to smell the flowers with this cowslip coloring page! Your child can celebrate the coming of spring by filling in this floral picture.
Spring is on the way, which means soon there will be flowers in bloom everywhere celebrating a new season of sunshine and warmth.
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!
Spring is on the way with flowers trumpeting the return of sunshine. Explore this diagram of the calla lily and color it in too!
Explore this diagram of the water hyacinth with your little one. She'll be learning the parts of a flower as she colors in this delighful picture.
Spring is in full bloom, and it's time to get outside! Explore the best of the spring season with this bucket list, the perfect bank of ideas for family fun.
On this sheet, make a poem called an acrostic, a popular writing activity for kids.