Learn about the color black with a fun project, where your child can create her own color book!
This Martin Luther King, Jr. coloring page features the most famous and most influential civil rights activist himself!
Teach your child about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., one of the most influential voices fighting for equality in America during the Civil Rights Movement.
This coloring page features Martin Luther King Jr., a national icon of civil rights and the fight for equality.
Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr's life and carry on his message of peace with this fun, creative activity that encourages harmony and tolerance.
Brr! Kids completing this preschool science worksheet circle the appropriate clothes for winter weather.
Which objects are hot, and which ones are cold? Can your preschooler tell the difference?
What do you wear in rainy weather? Boost your kindergartener's weather sense with this colorful matching worksheet.
Help your child practice logic and reasoning with this weather worksheet that will challenge her to choose the right kind of clothing.
Bundle up for that chilly winter weather! What will this paper doll boy wear to keep warm?
Kids think critically about how they use their senses with this simple matching sheet.
Give your little weatherman a fun activity to help him learn the seasons! He'll take a look at each picture and fill in the name of the season it represents.
This colorful worksheet is great to get your child thinking about the five senses, like the sense of touch as he draws and talks to you.
This worksheet asks your kindergartener to circle all the articles of clothing that are best for cold weather.
Get your kindergartener started on Earth science with a lesson on the seasons. Kids write the name of each season under the correct picture.
Help your kindergartener cut out the shapes at the bottom, then match them up to the right season. Then go crazy coloring!
Kids draw something they touch at the beach for this kindergarten science worksheet. They learn that touch is a sense and that we use our hands to touch.
First, kids trace lines on this prekindergarten writing worksheet to strengthen the fine motor skills needed to form the letter O. Then they trace the letter O!
This giraffe coloring exercise features a pair of giraffe enjoying the outdoors. Have your brown and orange crayons ready to bring color into this scene!
This fun red and yellow mixing worksheet is perfect for building better color sense, and it'll help your kid develop better math and logic skills too.
Have fun with the color orange, and practice writing the word, with this cute worksheet!
What's on your grocery store shopping list? Help your little learner get familiar with food sight words by coloring this orange juice coloring page.
Practicing using complementary colors, like orange and blue, is a great way for your child to understand what it takes to create a truly dynamic composition!
Help your child identify things that are orange with this worksheet. Next stop, art school!
From seed to flower to fruit, take a look at the orange with this coloring page and brush up on vocabulary, like the word "orange" in Spanish and English.
Here's a writing and counting activity to introduce your kindergartener to two-digit numbers. She can trace 11 and say her numbers out loud!
Your child can count, trace, and color with this fun Thanksgiving-themed worksheet. Kids will exercise math, literacy, and artistic skills in this worksheet.
On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids trace the number 11, then write their own. Then they count delicious pears and record the information in a graph.
Help your kindergartener with vocabulary words using pictures. He'll match pictures on the left with their pairs on the right.
How many triangles do you see? Introduce your young student to shapes and beginning geometry concepts with this fun coloring sheet.
Help your child gain practice his cutting skills with this printable kindergarten worksheet that's all about putting together a simple picture puzzle.
Learning about triangles is fun with this hidden shapes worksheet featuring a bear cub happily building a sandcastle at the beach.
Shapes! Your child's fine motor skills can improve as she carefully traces the circles, squares, triangles and rectangles in this worksheet.
Here's a colorful math challenge for your kindergartener: can he count up all the triangles in the birthday party scene?
These shapes have matching everyday objects. Can your preschooler connect the shapes to their matches?
Let's try to find triangles! On this prekindergarten math and coloring worksheet, kids find and color all the triangles!
This worksheet challenges your preschooler to decide which two triangles are the same shape and size.
What's the best way to get to school? In this worksheet, your child will make a puzzle out of a school bus by cutting along the dotted lines.
Want to help your preschooler get a head start in math? Teach her about identifying patterns with the help of this colorful worksheet.
The music notes on this prekindergarten math worksheet appear in patterns. Kids study each pattern to determine which note should come next.
How is a rainbow made? Your child will make a simple puzzle out of a rainbow by cutting along the dotted lines.
Ask your child to find all the triangles in this worksheet on identifying shapes. He'll hone his skill of identifying shapes, a key part of basic geometry.
Get your preschooler pumped about math with a little cut and paste fun. She'll practice identifying patterns as she pastes each picture next to its pattern.
Help your child gain practice with his cutting skills with this kindergarten worksheet that's all about putting together a simple picture puzzle.
Build your preschooler's recognition of repeating patterns with this fun and colorful worksheet.
Get your preschooler excited about math with this complete-the-pattern worksheet. She'll look at the pattern of shapes, then draw the one that comes next.
Looking to help your kid prepare for kindergarten? Packed with cut and paste fun, this worksheet is just the thing to help him learn about recognizing patterns.
Help your preschooler practice identifying patterns, a fun way to build up her early math foundation.
On this prekindergarten math worksheet, kids help decorate by hanging lanterns in a pattern. Kids study each pattern to determine which color should come next.
Your kid will make a simple outer space puzzle. After cutting out the puzzle pieces, he will then put them together in the correct order to complete the scene.
Get your preschooler ready for school with a lesson in identifying patterns. Full of colorful things, this worksheet is sure to get her excited about math.
By tracing the circles and bubbles on this writing worksheet, kids strengthen the fine motor skills needed to form rounded letters such as "O."
Kids color and cut out a spiral snake, exercising their fine motor skills on this prekindergarten arts and crafts and coloring worksheet.
Kids use their cutting and coloring skills to make grass for the bugs to hide in on this prekindergarten arts and crafts and coloring worksheet.
This rockin' worksheet will build your preschooler's fine motor skills as she rhymes and writes her way to mastering the letter R.
Each wacky whale on this preschool worksheet has a twin. Kids focus on the whales' details and use thinking skills and fine motor skills to make matches.
Is orange a color or a delicious fruit? Learn all about the color orange with a fun project, where your child can create her own color book!
By tracing the semicircles on this writing worksheet, kids strengthen the fine motor skills needed to form the letter "D."
By tracing the vertical lines on this writing worksheet, kids strengthen the fine motor skills needed to form letters such as "F" and "L."
Kids use their cutting skills to build a cool snowman on this prekindergarten worksheet. This worksheet helps build fine motor skills and shape recognition.
Here's some colorful writing practice: kids trace each lowercase letter multiple times in different colors to create rainbow letters!
These chickens need your child's help to cross the road. Kids will use their fine motor skills to trace lines and finish the crosswalks for the hens.
By tracing the horizontal lines on this prekindergarten writing worksheet, kids strengthen the fine motor skills needed to form letters such as "E" and "H."
Help your preschooler practice her color recognition along with her fine motor skills by learning all about the color orange!
Kids use their cutting skills to build a funky robot on this prekindergarten worksheet. This worksheet helps build fine motor skills and recognition of shapes.
Looking for a worksheet to help your child with uppercase and lowercase letters? This printable will help him with the letter R.
What do rain, rainbows and rabbits have to do with each other? They are all words that start with R!
Rainbow begins with the letter R! Color in the flashcards featuring the letter R then cut them out and use them to play spelling and memory games.
R is for rainbow! Color in the letter R and its matching flashcard featuring a picture of a rainbow and use them to practice memorizing the alphabet.
Draw and label two objects beginning with the letter R then practice writing R's in lowercase and uppercase form.
Keep growing those early reading skills with a fun animal words worksheet. Teach your preschooler about the letter R and the fascinating rhinoceros.
R is for roar! This dinosaur letter "R" is a great way to help your child with letter recognition.
Kids don't have to wait until kindergarten to start learning the alphabet. Give your preschooler a head start on school by helping her learn all about R.
Help your preschooler learn the alphabet and practice letter R sounds all while having fun and coloring!