These cute dinosaur themed count and clip cards are a simply way to help practice and develop those early counting skills. And let’s face it, children love to count –
Printables For Kids – Crafts, Games and Worksheets
These educational printables for kids cover everything from reading and writing to math and motor skills.
The printables you’ll discover here are designed to help your children to learn and develop key skills. Most posts include information about which skills they can help your little learners develop and tips on how to make the most out of the activities!
They’re cute and colorful, and made to be both entertaining and educational. If children enjoy what they are doing they are much more likely to stay engaged and learn more! That’s the power of play!
Below you’ll find hundreds of pages of printable activities covering a variety of skills, abilities and ages – with more added each month!
There’s super cute printable crafts, printable preschool and kindergarten worksheets, as well as fun printable puzzles and games.
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Here’s some space line tracing worksheets for all the future astronauts and astronomers out there. Your little ones will be able to use these line tracing worksheets to practice their
Thunder and lightning, flashing and frightening! Here’s another cute weather themed printable for your little ones – a lightning tracing worksheet. This tracing sheet is a great way for your
It’s almost Easter time and you know what that means – eggs! Loads and loads of eggs! Well you can find another one on this Easter egg tracing worksheet! This
Continuing with some Easter themed printables, I decided to make an Easter color matching game to help develop those color recognition skills and learn the color names. But wait –
Here’s a super cute Easter chick number tracing worksheet – a great way for your children to practice their number formation. Simply print it off, give them a pencil or
Here’s a cute little dolphin number sequencing puzzle to add to your collection of math games and activities. Can your children use their knowledge of number order to help put