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February 2017: Day and Date

February is the shortest month of the year! Teach your child how to use a calendar to find the date or the day with this great quiz-style worksheet.

June 2017: Day and Date

Don't give in to June gloom! Use this worksheet to help introduce your child to using a calendar, and finding the date or the day.

March 2017: Day and Date

It's time for March madness! Introduce your child to the concept of calendars with this great introductory worksheet.

October 2017: Day and Date

As the days fall away kids can practice reading textual details on a calendar grid, like looking for dates and corresponding days.

Greenhouse Effect Diagram

Global warming is a serious issue in our world today. Help your child understand how it works with this greenhouse effect coloring worksheet.

Bumble Bee: Punctuate the Story

Put proper punctuation into practice with this Bumble Bee read-along worksheet.

Fix the Sentences: Ice Cream Shop

This story about getting ice cream has errors. Kids rewrite the sentences using correct capitalization and punctuation on this second grade writing worksheet.

Bigfoot: Punctuate the Story

Put proper punctuation into practice with this Bigfoot read-along worksheet.

Punctuate the Story: Earth Day

Put proper punctuation into practice with these read-along stories.

Correct the Sentences: Questions

Get to know the question mark by determining if each question is punctuated correctly.

Proofreading for Punctuation

Put your second grader's punctuation skills to the test and challenge her to correct the story by adding all of the missing punctuation marks.

Punctuate the Story: The Lost Kitten

Practice proper punctuation with this read-along worksheet.

Animal Friends: Punctuate the Story

Put proper punctuation into practice with this Animal Friends read-along story.

Sentence Building

Looking for a worksheet to help your kid with her sentence building skills? This printable will help them with sentence structure.

Scrambled Sentences: Crazy Cakes

Get a head start on grammar with this sentence building worksheet. Kids unscramble crazy cake sentences and put the words in an order that makes sense.

Reading Roundup: Find the Verbs #1

Kids circle all the verbs on the page to help them understand this important part of speech in this 2nd grade reading worksheet.

Scrambled Sentences: Fruit Fun

These fruity sentences are all mixed up! Can your child use her grammar skills to put all the words in the right order?

Irregular Plurals: Plural Practice 1

Some words require more than an S to become plurals. In this worksheet, kids practice using irregular plurals by connecting images to their correct noun.

Reading Roundup: Find the Long U Vowels

Help your second grader learn about long vowel sounds with this fun reading worksheet that asks him to round up all the words with long "u" sounds.

Main Idea of a Story Worksheet

This main idea worksheet guides your child through reading comprehension practice. Download today to get started!

Identifying Odd Numbers: A Puppy and a Bone

In this 1st grade math worksheet, your child will color the odd numbers to create a path that leads puppy to his bone.

Fish Estimation

Kids visually estimate the number of fish swimming on this worksheet. After making their guess, they check it by counting each fish.

Homophones: See the Sea

Kids will find the correct homophones, or words that sound the same but have different meanings. Learn the difference between "see" and "sea" in this worksheet.

Homophones: Sail for Sale

Learning homophones helps kids build vocabulary, comprehension, and spelling skills. Our homophones worksheet helps kids learn words like "sail" and "sale."

First Grade Sight Words: When to Would

Help your 1st grader gain confidence as a reader with sight word flash cards that you can cut out and tape around the house. Includes words from when to would.

First Grade Sight Words: Great to How

Help your 1st grader gain confidence as a reader with sight word flash cards that you can cut out and tape around the house. Includes words from great to how.

First Grade Sight Words: Very to Were

Help your 1st grader gain confidence as a reader with sight word flash cards that you can cut out and tape around the house. Includes words from very to were.

Knight and Dragon Coloring Page

This knight and dragon coloring page displays an exciting dragon fight, one that will surely keep her riveted in her seat as she adds color!

Color the Princess and the Pea

The princess on this coloring page is suffering through a sleepless night -- all because of a tiny pea!

Fishing For Math Facts: Ten

Math got your child down in the dumps? Just go fishing! Play the "Fish for Answers" game to learn simple addition and subtraction.

Fishing For Math Facts: Fifteen

Does your child need a jump-start on simple arithmetic? Give her a great game to get started learning addition and subtraction math facts!

Math-Go-Round: Subtraction (Hard)

A board game made for 1st-graders to sharpen their subtraction skills.

Get into Grammar: Types of Sentences

Your first grader will get the go-ahead to write stories and letters once he has mastered sentence writing. This worksheet helps him do just that!

Sentence Writing: Sports

What is your favorite sport? Answer this question and more about sports by filling in the blanks to complete the sentences.

Writing Sentences: School

What is your favorite subject in school? Practice writing sentences by answering this question and more about school in this creative writing worksheet.

On the Half Hour: Telling Time with Malcolm Mouse

Help young Malcolm Mouse learn how to tell time on the half hour by circling the time shown on each clock.

Telling Time: Word Problems

Boost your first grader's understanding of time by challenging her to solve word problems all about time.

On the Hour

Give your first grader a head start on time by practicing telling time on the hour. Match each clock to the correct time it tells.

Clock Activity Placemat

Practice telling time while waiting for dinner to be served using this clock placemat! You'll be able to tell time like a pro in no time!

Practice Telling Time with Play Watches: 7 O'Clock

They might just look like cute playthings, but these printable pretend watches offer a hidden learning benefit: helping kids learn how to tell time.

Practice Telling Time with Play Watches: 3 O'Clock

These bright play watches make fun accessories for dress up or play time, and have the added benefit of helping kids practice telling time.

Comparing Money Amounts #5

Give your kid practice with money-counting and sequential order with this worksheet. Kids will look at different amounts of money and decide which is larger.

Counting Coins at the Farmers Market

A day at the farmers market is not just good for nutrition; it's also good for math skills. Kids see vegetables and sets of coins representing price.

Money Match: What's the Price?

Test your first grader's money sense by helping her count up the coins and write the amount on the price tag.

Counting Coins: Pennies, Nickels, and Dimes

Pennies, nickels, and dimes, oh my! Your child will practice identifying and adding coins in this first grade worksheet.

Counting Quarters

Counting quarters is simple once you learn how. Practice counting quarters with your child using this math worksheet.

Play Dice Coin Counting!

Your first grader will have a blast with this ultra-fun dice activity--and will practice her knowledge of coins and addition in the process!

Counting Coins: Present Math II

Let your first grader flex his financial savvy with this fun worksheet. Your child must circle the coins that add up to the value of each present.

Counting Coins: Dimes

To shop for fruit, kids read prices, count dimes, and match the prices to the equivalent amount of dimes on this first grade math worksheet.

Missing Numbers: At the Pond

Find the missing numbers at the pond in this Freddy the Frog worksheet. Work with your child to find the even missing numbers in this exercise.

How Many Coins Make 95 Cents?

Your second grader will have such a blast adding up coins on this colorful worksheet that he won't even realize he's learning!

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