Read and trace the shape names and write them in the blanks. Then cut out the shapes at the bottom of the page and paste them above the correct shape names.
Complete the sequences. Cut out the shapes and paste them into the correct position in the sequences.
Cut and paste the shapes at the bottom of the page to complete the sequences.
Complete the sequences by cutting out the pieces and pasting them into the correct position.
Cut out the shapes and paste them into the correct position in the sequences.
Completing Sequences is a great way to develop pattern recognition skills in a child, but this activity adds another layer of interactivity for the student. Follow the directions on the page to have the child cut out all of the shape components from the top and then cut out the full bar on the bottom. You can then assemble partial …
Pattern recognition and sequences play a big role in children’s learning. This particular activity is a little more interactive and allows children to not only decode and complete the missing sequences but participate in their design. The child can cut out all of the sequence shapes and the bar at the bottom and then the parent or teacher can create …
This activity is a fun twist on the basic challenge of completing sequences. The child can use the dotted lines as guides to cut out the shape squares and the bar at the bottom of the page. The parent or teacher can assemble the cut out squares into creative sequences on the bar while leaving one or more squares blank. …
An Isogram, otherwise known as a “nonpattern word”, is just a fancy way of referring to a word or phrase that has no repeating letters. This particular activity not only introduces the child to Isograms but includes a little general spelling practice as well as an Arts and Crafts component. It is a great way for a child to take …
This is a great rainy day activity sheet. This math learning project is a little more interactive in that the child gets to cut out the squares necessary to build the problems and then can either assemble the problems themselves or just the answers. It’s a great break from pencils and erasers and allows for a little extra problem solving …
Counting worksheet: Numbers 1 to 100. Fill in the missing numbers. Free and printable number chart worksheet.
Kindergarten and elementary school number chart worksheet for the numbers 1 to 100. The student is asked to fill in the missing number counting by 1’s.
Kindergarten and first grade counting worksheet for the numbers 1 through 100. Half of the numbers are missing in the chart and the student is asked to fill in those missing numbers.
1 to 100 number chart worksheet for kindergarten and first grade. In this worksheet the student is asked to fill in the missing numbers from 1 to 100. Half of them are filled in.
Free and printable blank number chart for the numbers 1 to 100.
Download our blank calendar template for children to make their own calendars. It can also be used as a weekly schedule tool.
Draw lines from the center shapes to the correct shape names and colors.
Match the shapes to the correct shape names and color names.
Draw lines to match the shapes to the correct color names and shape names.
Match the colors and shapes by drawing lines from the center shapes to the correct color names and shape names.
Fraction practice worksheet. Color the correct fraction amounts. Recommended for first grade and second grade. (Note: The number of slices is higher than the denominator.)
Download this free, printable worksheet for fraction practice. Color the fraction amounts.
Color in the correct fraction amount in the pictures. Recommended for kindergarten and first grade.
This worksheet is for reading and writing practice for words ending in ‘ow‘. This sheet is divided into 2 columns. Notice the sounds of the word endings in column 1 is different from those in column 2.
Sight words practice worksheet for vocabulary and writing practice as well as spelling and penmanship.
Sight words writing practice worksheet. Copy the sight words into the blanks. This worksheet is for practice writing and recognizing sight words.
Sight words worksheet writing practice. Read the words and write them in the blanks to practice writing and penmanship.
Number and number word writing practice worksheet for the numbers 11 through 20. This worksheet is recommended for children learning to write and spell numbers.
Download our worksheet for number writing practice – numbers 0 through 100, counting by 10’s. This worksheet is for spelling and writing numbers and also helps in learning to count up to 100.
Worksheet for children learning how to spell and write the numbers 0 through 10. Download the free, printable worksheet.
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