Searching for a phonics worksheet that can help your child with his reading skills? This printable will help him identify the letter J.
Bring this Jack Be Nimble coloring page to life with crayons! Color nimble Jack, decked out in star-spangled pajamas as he jumps over candlesticks.
What is Georgie Porgie up to? Build phonics and comprehension skills with this nursery rhyme worksheet.
Travel to Spain and learn all about flamenco, a traditional style of music and dance.
Take a historical tour of Spain, home of the Running of the Bulls! Learn all about this Spanish-speaking country's diverse regions, dialects, and traditions.
Here's a challenge for even the most knowledgeable geography whiz! Match up the famous landmarks of Spain.
This science fair project idea will be examining oxidation and acid rain
Without rain, we wouldn't have any puddles to splash and stomp in. Does your third grader know why and how rain falls from the clouds?
R is for rain, which is celebrated by the Tonga people of Zambia in a holiday called Lwiindi. This worksheet will show you how to make a rain stick.
Read this Mother Goose's Treasury classic, then answer the reading comprehension questions.
Young readers search for uppercase and lowercase O's as they read along to a classic children's poem in this literacy worksheet.
This Little Boy Blue coloring page features the cutie pie fast asleep on a haystack. Add color to bring this peaceful scene to life!
Children will enjoy looking at a familiar nursery rhyme with fresh eyes in this fun letter-recognition worksheet.
Read this classic children's poem, then draw a picture for it. Circle the rhyming words.
Young learners begin to consider the form and structure of poetry in this early literacy worksheet.
This Mary Had a Little Lamb coloring page depicts a heartwarming scene from the famous nursery rhyme.
How many L's do Mary and her little lamb have in her nursery rhyme? Kids find and count each letter L in the rhyme on this kindergarten reading worksheet.
Have a sing-along math session with this nursery rhyme addition page! Your preschooler can practice counting and colors as she learns about addition.
After reading a short story, your students will practice writing a simple summary.
Familiarize your child with some simple sight words and rhymes with this coloring page of "Hot Cross Buns".
What if more blind mice were added to the three blind mice? Help your child practice her counting with this nursery rhyme intro to addition!
Can you tell the difference between by, buy, and bye? Your learner can master these difficult homophones with just a little repetition.
Jack and Jill went up the hill in this coloring page based on the famous nursery rhyme! Add color to the serene scene.
This Little Miss Muffet coloring page features the star of this famous nursery rhyme sitting on her tuffet, eating her curds and whey.
How many F's does Little Miss Muffet have in her nursery rhyme? Kids find and count each letter F in the rhyme on this kindergarten reading worksheet.
Encourage your child to think about simple sounds, songs, and sight words with this "London Bridge" nursery rhyme coloring sheet.
A coloring page of Tower Bridge, a famous London landmark. Made for elementary school students studying geography.
Children read along to a well-known nursery rhyme as they spot the uppercase and lowercase N's in this literacy worksheet.
Kids draw a path from the mouse to the clock by counting and tracing numbers from 1 to 10 on this kindergarten math worksheet.
This Hickory Dickory Dock coloring page features the mouse from the classic nursery rhyme as he runs down the clock at the stroke of one.
Count by fives and finish this drawing, and fill in the blanks of the nursery rhyme "Hickory Dickory Dock."
Get your child up to speed with his reading skills with this printable poetry worksheet that's all about the letter K.
Sarah is not your ordinary spider. She likes to know the exact degrees of every angle in her web. Can you help her calculate the missing angles?
Simon the spider needs a smart mathematician. His webs are forming all sorts of angles, but he can't figure out which angles are 90 degrees and which aren't.
Filling out this spider diagram will be much less scary than running into these creepy crawlers in real life. Fill in the body parts from the work bank.
Kids completing this prekindergarten math and arts and crafts worksheet color then cut out zigzag lines to make spider legs, then glue the legs on the spider.
Bring a classic children's song to life with this sing-along sheet! Your child can even get a little introduction to poetry as she sings "Itsy Bitsy Spider".