For the past couple of days, I’ve had a lot of fun working on these printable alphabet worksheets. You may use them in the classroom or for some learning fun at home.
From tracing letters to matching upper and lowercase letters worksheets, they are all included in only one bundle.
My hopes are that these printables will make learning the alphabet enjoyable and fun for your child. Continue Reading
If your child is learning how to count to 100, then I have a whole bunch of printable number charts for you!
Number charts and grids are an essential tool for practicing counting numbers, skip counting and number writing. Continue Reading
Is your child working on her very first addition and subtraction problems? Then I have a set of free and fun kindergarten math worksheets pdf to download and print!
I’ve been all into the Fall season lately. So it is no surprise then that I got inspired by the apple harvest! Therefore these counting worksheets for kindergarten are all about counting and coloring apples. Continue Reading
Learning the order of numbers is one of the many concepts children tackle in kindergarten. But for some of them, understanding what comes before, after or between might be difficult at first.
With plenty of practice and perseverance, however, all of them can master this concept. Practice is the key in acquiring any skill, isn’t it? Continue Reading
The new school year has started in most of the States by now. While the kids, teachers, and parents (!) are settling into a new rhythm, Fall is rapidly under way. And with it come some of the most favorite holidays of the year. Continue Reading
For the past few days I’ve been working hard on these preschool activities for Fall. I am very happy I can finally make them available to you, my readers.
And even though I am a huge advocate of learning through play, having ready-to-go activities such as these printables can be a lifesaver at times! Continue Reading
Learning about changing seasons is one of the topics preschoolers and kindergarten students get to tackle early on. As we are approaching the beginning of a new school year, I’ve decided to implement the fall season into some of my free printables. I will be adding them over the next few weeks, so make sure to stay tuned! Continue Reading