Cutting and pasting is so much fun! This printable Candy Counting Cut and Paste Worksheet is a fun way to work on counting, number recognition, and fine motor skills for preschoolers and kindergarteners.
Everything rainbow bears gets my toddler’s attention immediately. He LOVED this super simple Rainbow Bear Matching Game I made from a color sorting printable I offer. Great for working on colors and color words in tot school!
Fun quick and simple math game using a die: What’s Your House Number? Place Value Game for elementary students.
A fun little printable two-person board game with a little more complicated rules perfect for elementary students: Meet Your Friend Board Game!
Have fun and learn with these 85+ cute fall printables for kids! There are many different math and literacy themes for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners. Includes games, clip cards, fine motor activities, and more!
Have trouble with limiting screen time or kids continually asking for it? Try these cute printable screen time tickets for different numbers of minutes. Mix and match and/or fill in the blank ones with your own values.
Practice number recognition and taking turns with this cute Sunflower Kids Roll and Cover Game! Day 7 of the 7 Days of Sunflower Printables for Kids series.
Practice multiples of 3, 4, and 5 with this fun Sunflower Skip Counting Coloring Page! Day 6 of the 7 Days of Sunflower Printables for Kids.
Color and learn about the sunflower life cycle mini folding coloring book. Day 5 of the 7 Days of Sunflower Printables for Kids series.
Addition practice to 20 is fun with this Sunflower Color by Double-Digit Sum Coloring Page. Great for kindergarteners and part of the 7 Days of Sunflower Printables for Kids series (day 4).
Here’s a fun way to practice beginning sounds for preschoolers and kindergarteners: Sunflower Petal Beginning Sound Matching Puzzle, part of the 7 Days of Sunflower Printables for Kids series (day 3).
Play a simple matching game with your toddler or preschooler: this Sunflower Photo Matching Game doubles as a great conversation starter about different features of sunflowers and is a part of the 7 Days of Sunflower Printables for Kids series (day 2).