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This pumpkin coloring page features a pumpkin so big, two kids have to carry it. Try this giant pumpkin coloring page that's perfect for fall.
Have your first grader identify the words associated with the Autumn season in this word search.
Help Christopher Columbus arrive in America by solving the maze puzzle.
This coloring page is a great way to introduce the story of Christopher Columbus to preschoolers.
Play a game of toss this St. Patrick's Day! This penny toss game is easy to start and lots of fun.
Help this leprechaun get his luck back by re-ordering these jumbled numbers from greatest to least!
Can your first grader dig through a leafy mess to find the numbers that are added together for each clover? He'll come out of it with stronger addition skills!
This leprechaun needs some help getting to his pot of gold! It's up to your child to put these numbers in order and clear a path to the end of the rainbow.
Follow this rainbow all the way to the end, and you'll find a lucky pot of gold!
What surprises does this pot o' gold hold? Connect the dots to find out!
Give your little lucky charm a fun way to practice his math this St. Patty's Day! He'll have 12 simple addition problems to solve.
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with this fun coloring page, which features a leprechaun and his pot of gold.
In this St. Patrick's Day maze, the leprechaun needs a little help remembering where he left his gold! Pick a string of rainbow, and see where it takes you.
A leprechaun needs some help to find his pot of gold. Your child will help pave the way to his treasure by ordering numbers from greatest to least.
Do some mental math with your young valentine in this combination math and color-by-number worksheet. Kids will solve simple addition and subtraction problems.
Put a little love into math practice with these sweet Valentine's Day subtraction problems. Your first grader can start memorizing math facts.
Celebrate Valentine's Day by searching for themed words hidden within this puzzle.
Here's a Valentine's Day challenge for your beginning counter! He'll need to put this group of 18 consecutive numbers in order from greatest to least.
Instead of buying valentines this year, why not use this colorful printable with cute, old-fashioned animals!
Valentine's Day rolling around again? Make things a little easier by printing your own valentines. Your child will love handing out these cute cards.
Valentine's Day color by number activities get kids to exercise number recognition while they celebrate. Try this Valentine's Day color by number worksheet.
If you want to get your child in the Valentine's Day mood and improve her addition and mental math ability, this pretty printable is sure to do the trick.
Have fun building vocabulary and learning how to spell with these Valentine's Day words! Choose which word is spelled correctly in each group.