Create your very own alphabet mini book with this beautiful template!
Follow the prompts to make a nurse paper doll, then sit down for an interview with them!
Follow the prompts to make a firefighter paper doll, then sit down for an interview with them!
Preschoolers work on their letter recognition and name-writing skills with this sweet placemat craft project.
Follow the prompts to make a police officer paper doll, then sit down for an interview with them!
Young learners will flip over this interchangeable story set! They'll learn about story structure and build pre-reading comprehension skills.
Give your little one a head start on writing her ABC's! She'll get to cut out these shapes and arrange them to make a capital letter "A".
Help your little learner practice forming the letter shapes of the alphabet! She'll get to put these parts of the letter "B" together, just like a puzzle.
Follow the prompts to make a scout leader paper doll, then sit down for an interview with them!
Learn the alphabet and the names of delicious vegetables that begin with each letter by completing this coloring activity that can also be used as a placemat!
Deconstruct the ABCs with your little learner! She'll form the letter L from these cut-out shapes, a great way to start her practicing her letter recognition.
Follow the prompts to make a doctor paper doll, then sit down for an interview with them!
Enjoy a fun alphabet activity with your little one. She'll get to put together these shapes to make the letter "C".
Follow the prompts to make a lunch hero paper doll, then sit down for an interview with them!
Flip through multiple beginnings, middles and ends of this colorful story! First, help your child use scissors to cut out the story.
What does the letter "W" look like? Help your beginning reader learn to form her letters of the alphabet with this cut-out activity.
The letter "O" is also a shape! Help your little one form these semi-circle shapes into a capital letter "O" with this paper puzzle activity.
Flip through a story flipbook with your child, a great way to teach about beginning, middle and end.
Recognizing letters is the first step in building reading and writing skills. Help your little learner cut out these shapes to make a letter "S".
Can you form a letter "X" from these colorful shapes? Help your kindergartener build pre-handwriting skills with this cut-out activity.
Does your little one know her ABC's? Help her start forming letters with an alphabet cut-out shapes activity!
These colorful shapes look out of place! Put them together to form a capital letter Y. Help your little one build pre-handwriting skills with this activity.
Give your little learner some pre-writing skills with an alphabet activity! She can cut out these shapes and put them together to form a capital letter P.
For kids learning their ABC's, here's a fun project that'll get them reviewing shapes and practicing forming capital letters.
Can you create a letter "I" out of these rectangle shapes? Give your child a fun way to practice forming letters of the alphabet with this paper project.