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Make learning fun with these colorful worksheets for kids! Browse by grade or topic to find the perfect printable worksheet to help support learning.

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Here's a dragon story that's never been told before, and your child can write it!
Third Grade
Composition
Practice those reading skills with the story of 'The Three Little Pigs'! This classic tale provides a great starter for reading comprehension.
First Grade
Comprehension
What would happen if Peter Pan invited Robin Hood to Neverland? A fun coloring page scene starts your young writer out!
Second Grade
Composition
What if Dorothy from the 'Wizard of Oz' had tea with the Mad Hatter? Make writing practice creative and fun for your child with a coloring page story starter!
Third Grade
Composition
Help struggling writers find their confidence with these sentence starters! Kids will use the prompts to help them get started telling a story.
Third Grade
Composition
Read a classic fable with your beginning reader! This story page for 'The Ugly Duckling' will help build reading skills.
First Grade
Comprehension
What turned Louie's frown upside-down? This cute story starter gets your first grader writing a turtle tale.
First Grade
Handwriting
Did you know that angels play ice hockey for fun? Have some fun with this coloring page, which also doubles as a story starter prompt.
Kindergarten
Winter
What if Paul Bunyan stepped into the 'Jack and the Beanstalk' story? Make writing practice creative and fun for your child with a coloring page story starter.
Second Grade
Composition
This year, Thanksgiving fun is moving from the kitchen to the study! Help your child's spelling, writing and reading skills stay sharp over holiday break with these adorable printables.
Second Grade
Thanksgiving
This volcano writing worksheet is a great brainstorm starter and provides a different approach to composition, perfect for research-based writing.
Fourth Grade
Composition
Enjoy the story of 'The Princess and the Pea' with your beginning reader. Use this story as a starter for literary activities.
First Grade
Comprehension

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