Help your beginning readers practice phonics and expand their reading vocabulary with this rhyme match worksheet.
Set your kindergartener on the right reading track with this worksheet that asks her to read each word, then match the two that rhyme.
Give your child practice with his phonics skills with this printable worksheet, which is all about words that rhyme with "snake".
Our animated coloring sheet gets your child to guess if the face is surprised or silly. Your child will build empathy skills, and stretch his creative side too.
Learn a few new words to describe emotion with this funny coloring page! Your child can decide whether this person is feeling surprised or sad.
This boy has a crooked frown and half-closed eyes. What word describes how he feels? Your kid will color this face and choose an emotion word to describe it.
Is this person feeling mad or frightened? Your child can decide as he adds some colors to this emotions coloring sheet.
With one eyebrow up and one eyebrow down, this face is showing a clear emotion. Can your child figure out which one?
This cartoonish face is showing an emotion, and it's up to your kid to decide if it's happy or excited. This is great practice for kids learning about emotions.
Is this person feeling happy or tired? Your child can decide as he adds some colors to this emotions coloring sheet!
Your little guy will surely enjoy cutting out the inch ruler and measuring the length of each colorful vehicle!
Get aboard the phonics train with a beginning sounds worksheet focusing on the Y sound.
Looking for a worksheet to help your child's phonics skills? This printable will help practice words that rhyme with "log".
Looking for a worksheet to help your child's phonics skills? This printable will help him practice words that rhyme with "cat".
Looking for a worksheet to help your child's phonics skills? This printable will challenge his ability to rhyme words.
This worksheet will help your kindergartener practice time telling skills, by matching the time on each wrist watch with the time written on the page.
Have your little construction worker practice his math skills by counting the number of tools in each box to find the answer to the addition problems.
Simply have him count the number of vehicles in each box in order to find the answer to the addition problems.
This worksheet will practice phonics by challenging your child to identify words that rhyme with "duck".
Help your child learn vowels and improve his reading skills with this printable coloring worksheet that's all about the vowel U.
How is your garden decorated? Flowers are pretty but count the benches, lanterns and pinwheels that are also in your garden.
Help your child improve his rhyming skills with with this printable worksheet, which practice identifying words that rhyme with "fair."
Look to see who is visiting your garden! Count the critters, then fill in the blanks to describe and compare the animals that visit your garden.
All of these pictures are hiding some sneaky triangles. Can your kindergartener find them all in this colorful worksheet?
What is different about these two pictures? Have some fun with your little gymnast, and search for the six differences between these two scenes.
Something isn't right here! Can you find out what is wrong about these different sports? Challenge your little sports star to identify the problem in each.
Give your child practice with his phonics skills with this printable worksheet, which is all about identifying the words that rhyme with "car".
Do you know your community workers? These people need help getting back to their vehicles, and it's up to your child to help them out!
Start your engines! This racecar rally will help your little speedster practice identifying differences between very similar items.
On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 7, then write their own. Then they count the turtles they see in the picture and make a graph.
Does an acorn weigh more than a swan? Your kindergartener will learn about comparing weights by ranking from lightest to heaviest.
These birds are acting strange! Your kindergartener will use single digit subtraction to find out how many birds are still colorful and bright.
Add some undersea creatures to your kindergartener's math practice. He'll practice single digit addition as he adds up some new ocean friends.
Let the joy of spring inspire your kindergartener's next math practice. She'll use single digit addition to add up bright flowers.
Test your kindergartener's produce proficiency by challenging her to separate the fruit and veggies from other foods on this worksheet.
When a vowel is "long", it says it's own name, just like the A in CAKE or TAKE. In this exercise, circle all of the pictures that have long vowel sounds.
This world traveler is ready to take off, but he can't remember where he's going!
What do you wear in rainy weather? Boost your kindergartener's weather sense with this colorful matching worksheet.
Searching for a worksheet that can help your child solve visual patterns? This printable makes use of observational skills.
Help your child improve his reading with this printable phonics worksheet, which is all about words that rhyme with "sock".
Help your child improve his reading with this printable phonics worksheet, which is all about finding the letter O in a nursery rhyme.
On this kindergarten reading worksheet, kids match picture names to items representing the long U and short U vowel sounds, then glue the pictures to the page.
More than just your typical coloring page, this fun sheet offers phonics practice, too.
Looking for a way to introduce your child to phonics? Try a fun coloring activity! This worksheet focuses on words that begin with P and R.
Looking for a phonics worksheet that can help your child with his reading skills? This printable will help him to create a rhyming booklet!
Challenge your child to create a rhyming book filled with words that end with the sound "-ee". Get the rhyming book worksheet.
On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 3, then write their own. Then they count the sheep they see in the picture and make a graph.
Searching for a phonics worksheet that can help your child with his reading skills? This kindergarten printable will help him through rhyme.
This worksheet will help your child practice his color recognition skills and his ability to follow simple directions.
This color by letter kindergarten reading worksheet features capital and lowercase E. Kids use a key to color the page and reveal a hidden Earth picture.
On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 5, then write their own. Then they count the mice they see in the picture and make a graph.
Help your child identify things that are orange with this worksheet. Next stop, art school!
This simple maze is great for exercising fine motor skills, and the fun spaceship background is an essential addition to any maze-lover's collection.
Kids can have a hard time understanding why we need to save water, but this fun maze is a great tool in teaching this important lesson.