Hot or cold? Children practice classifying nine items by cutting them out and placing them in the correct box.
Help your child improve his handwriting skills with this printable worksheet, which is all about the four seasons.
Water isn't just for drinking! What else do we use water for? Kids practice their reasoning skills as they fill out this social studies worksheet.
Brr! Kids completing this preschool science worksheet circle the appropriate clothes for winter weather.
Which of these cute images are insects, and which are not? Can your preschooler put them into categories?
Get your kindergartener started on Earth science with a lesson on the seasons. Kids write the name of each season under the correct picture.
Kids completing this preschool science worksheet circle the appropriate clothes for fall weather.
In this summer weather worksheet, children practice identifying the items they are likely to see in summer.
Which shoes are better for a rainy day, sandals or boots? This worksheet helps kids think critically about what things they see when the rain is pouring.
Little farmers will enjoy planting a paper garden with this life science activity! She will get to color, cut out and sort the different veggies.
Little botanists will enjoy planting their own garden with this earth science worksheet! She'll color, cut, and plant her own fruits with this fun activity.
Use this worksheet to help teach your preschooler what everyday things use electricity to function.
This is a fun way to get little nature lovers to learn about the different parts of a tree. Beginning writers will practice handwriting and learn sight words.
Give your child some categorization practice with this sunny day worksheet. She'll pick out and circle the objects that show up when the sun is shining.
Splish, splash! It's a warm spring day, but a rain shower is on the way! Kids completing this preschool science worksheet circle clothes for spring weather.
Test your kindergartener's produce proficiency by challenging her to separate the fruit and veggies from other foods on this worksheet.
Use this worksheet to teach your child about one of Earth's natural resources -- paper.
Clock, octopus, starfish, turtle: Which thing does not belong in this group? Kids completing this preschool worksheet identify the object that does not belong.
Trace the lines to place the clothes within the correct season they belong to then write the name of the season that matches the picture.
This set of weather-themed postcards shows your child how to dress seasonally. These postcards help your child identify seasons and improve writing skills.
The change of seasons affects the kinds of activities we do. Use these printable weather postcards to show how activities change with the seasons.
Practice identifying seasons with these printable weather postcards. Kids will see how different weather patterns affect how they dress with seasonal postcards.
Seasonal weather postcards get kids to learn some vocabulary and identify the seasons. Learn about spring, summer, fall, and winter with weather postcards.
Trace the dotted lines to place these holiday icons in the correct seasons. When you're done, write the name of the season underneath the picture.
Kindergarteners learning about different seasons will like these colorful printable postcards. These weather postcards also offer writing practice.