Match descriptions of famous nursery rhyme characters, like Humpty Dumpty and Little Bo Peep, with their cute cartoon counterparts.
Host a royal party full of "please and thank you" - even the queen would approve. Have a ball while your kids practice etiquette!
In this science fair project, you will model the water cycle and learn about evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and collection.
Get your child reading ready with this worksheet, which uses pictures of kings, queens, and jesters to focus on the letters "h," "q," "k," and "j."
Little knights in shining armor and warrior princesses can bring imagination to life with a fun paper castle.
Don't get tangled up in this tongue twister! Have fun exploring beginning sounds with this Peter Piper alliteration worksheet.
Searching for a worksheet that will help your child practice reading? This printable will help your early reader by focusing on rhyming.
Help your beginning reader practice with this rhyming worksheet, which challenges him to match animal names with food items that rhyme.
It's time to rhyme! On this worksheet, kids draw lines to connect pictures whose names rhyme. Then they think of other rhyming word matches.
What does your preschool whiz kid like more: mazes or rhymes? Well, give her both!
What if Humpty Dumpty wasn't the only one sitting on the wall? Try out a simple subtraction problem using this classic nursery rhyme.
How many Humpty Dumpty rhymes can you come up with? Get silly with phonics, and switch out the words in Humpty Dumpty for different rhyming words!