In this social emotional learning worksheet, you and your child will discuss how movement relates to how you feel, and then create artwork to remind yourselves to take movement breaks and calming breaks when you need it throughout the day.
This worksheet offers young students an opportunity to practice goal setting with reading words. Children will choose five grade-level words they don't yet know, set a goal, and track their learning on a simple chart.
In this social emotional learning worksheet, young learners are guided to write words of support—love, apologize, accept, listen, breathe—on a the fingers of a hand to remind them how to forgive others.
This Good Choice Chart will reinforce your child’s good choices while learning at home. Set a goal of how many stars they should aim for in a week to earn the reward, and look for opportunities to praise your child for making good choices!
Kindergarten Fine Motor Skills Worksheets and Printables
Your little one probably doesn’t know it, but there’s a reason he does so much drawing, coloring, cutting, and letter tracing in kindergarten—and it’s not just to have fun. All of these activities help with the development of fine motor skills, and our kindergarten fine motor skills worksheets aid in that development. With dozens of professionally illustrated activities, parents and teachers have plenty of ways to keep young students working on this vital skill.