Looking for a simple printable Easter activity for your kids or elementary-aged students? Check out these super cute printable Easter Mazes! The are great for prewriting practice or kids who are just starting to write. Another fun idea might be to take these with to an Easter playdate or party as a no-fuss boredom buster. . . . . .
In today’s post, I am sharing a free printable bug themed prewriting practice sheet that you may use at home or in the classroom. Preschoolers and kindergartners will practice pencil control with this fun line tracing activity. Aren’t the bugs adorable? I made it for Little Sister, who is in kindergarten, and has been told . . . . .
Do you and the kids enjoy reading The Gruffalo? Then you will love this post! We are sharing printable forest animals skip counting puzzles that are great for both preschoolers and kindergartners. Kids will practice counting by two’s and five’s in a fun, hands-on way. Be sure to check out all the amazing activities towards . . . . .
Preschoolers and kindergarteners love hands-on activities, but who has time to make different elaborate materials all the time? Why not find an awesome multi-purpose materials that you and your kids will enjoy time and time again (and get your money’s worth)? In this post, we are sharing a super easy tutorial for making tile letter magnets and . . . . .
What kid isn’t fascinated with Monster Trucks?! Today we are sharing monster truck counting printables that are great for preschoolers. We have also collaborated with a handful of other kid bloggers to bring you a fun transportation theme. Besides monster trucks, there’s air transportation, diggers, and a matching game with six common vehicles you find . . . . .