This simple Halloween coloring page features a classic trick or treating bag that's waiting to be colored in by your child.
This simple coloring page features a spooky haunted house on top of a hill.
See if your preschooler can do this library matching game without making a peep. Have him identify the matching library objects and draw a line connecting them.
Help your preschooler with the basics with this fun worksheet. Can she label each step in the sequence as first, next or last?
Have your child look at these pictures and decide which steps in the sequence go first, next and last.
A lot can happen in one day! But in what order does it all happen? Practice story sequencing your daily routine with this cut and paste activity.
Have your little learner try this sequencing challenge. Read the instructions and carefully color in the race cars with the correct colors.
Technology has changed a lot in the past 100 years! Help your child figure out which items were used long ago and which ones we use today for the same purpose.
Cookies in the kitchen? Good. Ice skates in the kitchen? Bad. Let your preschooler figure it out with this sorting worksheet, and she can color it in, too!
Does your kid know how to mail a letter? Make sure he can get it right with this fun worksheet where he labels which steps go first, next and last.
Have your kid take a shot at this categorizing worksheet, finding all the items that don't belong on the playground. This doubles as a fun coloring sheet.
Kris the Koala is cleaning his house, and kids completing this preschool sorting and categorizing worksheet help by circling things that belong in the bathroom.
Kris the Koala is cleaning his house, and kids completing this preschool sorting and classifying worksheet help by circling objects that belong in the backyard.
This worksheet will give your child some important reading comprehension practice that also combines imagination and the fun of drawing!
This story sequencing worksheet helps with reading comprehension, listing, and even artistic skills!
This reading comprehension exercise combines important pre-reading skills with the fun of drawing.
Count and classify different kinds of vehicles in this worksheet. Kids will identify what vehicles pictured have wheels, can float, or are green.
Young geometry enthusiasts will enjoy sorting and counting the shapes in our categorization worksheet. Your kid will gain early math skills with this worksheet.
Your shoe-obsessed child will learn how to count and classify his shoes in this worksheet. Count and classify with your child using these exercises.
Your child will use his powers of deduction to count and classify the furniture in this worksheet. Count and classify the furniture pictured with your child.
Count and classify your produce beyond fruits and vegetables. Try this fruits and vegetables worksheet to increase your child's sorting skills.
Help your child sort and classify an array of fun hats in this categorization worksheet. Your kid will count the number of brown, feathered, or decorated hats.
Help your child with his spatial awareness and observation skills with this worksheet, which challenges him to order the people from tallest to smallest.
Set your junior sleuth on the case and have her put these mixed-up sand toys back together again.
Looking for a worksheet to help your kid with daily life skills? This printable will get preschooler sorting household items.
Practice preschool skills with this printable worksheet, which will get your kid sorting household items.
Help your child sort these kids using counting and classifying skills. Your child will count, and learn to group and identify by characteristics.
Count and classify animals by their habitats and abilities. Help your child work on sorting skills with this count and classify animals worksheet.
Blossoming foodies will enjoy our gastronomically focused categorization worksheet. Kids will sort food and drink by type in this food categorization worksheet.
Kids will sort and classify toys in this categorizing worksheet. Help your child sort toys by type and uses in this toy categorization worksheet.
Looking for a worksheet to help your preschooler with numbers? This printable will help improve counting skills.
Help your little one get a handle on the holidays! He'll sort and categorize these different holiday items.
Looking for a worksheet to help with your preschooler's matching skills? This worksheet is about matching modes of transportation to their descriptions.
To complete this printable your child will look at the pictures and then identify what they are, which will help to give her reading practice.
Some activities happen every day, but others happen once in a while. Help your preschooler understand the difference by sorting several activities.
Does your curious preschooler know what objects belong in the day and in the night? Let her sort owls, stars, and rainbows daytime or nighttime scenes.
Help your preschooler wrap her head around nighttime and daytime objects with this cute categorization worksheet.
Help your preschooler clue into categories with this adorable worksheet! It asks her to cut out each pretty picture, and then glue it into its proper spot.
This colorful categorizing worksheet asks your preschooler to cut and paste each cute picture into its proper category: "animal" or "food."
Which of these cute images are insects, and which are animals? Can your preschooler put them into categories?
Does a sea star live in the air? Or underwater? Ask your preschooler to sort out the object into their correct categories--"up in the air" or "underwater."