Practice and review basic colors with this cute, printable Color Matching Car Park! Your toddler or preschooler is going to love it!
Help second graders practice common core standard 2.NBT.4 with this fun and simple, printable Comparing 3-Digit Numbers Board Game! Includes 3 different font choices and color and b&w versions.
Explore the letter A with your toddler or preschooler using this cute, colorful, printable Letter A Mini Folding Book! (Includes a black and white version.)
Practice sight words with this printable I Love My Dad! Emergent Reader Mini Folding Book! Perfect for kindergarteners and preschoolers on Father’s Day. Black and white version available for VIP members.
How to make a mini folding book with a single sheet of paper, minimal cutting, and no gluing or stapling! No duplex printing required.
Perfect for Father’s Day or any day: Older preschoolers and kindergarteners will love reading this printable I Love My Dad! Emergent Reader to their daddies! Simple words and fun images make for an awesome mini book!
This printable My Daddy and I Father’s Day Survey is so cute! Simple questions to ask your preschooler or kindergartener about his or her relationship with daddy make for a great keepsake to look back on in years to come.
This printable My Mommy and I Mother’s Day Survey is so cute! I can’t wait to compare what my preschooler replies over the years – and soon my toddler will be able to join in, too!
My toddler loved this awesome sensory play with dinosaurs – and went a little wild with the activity 😉
Celebrate Earth Day in a fun educational way with these printable Earth Day Color by Numbers Mini Coloring Pages! Perfect for preschoolers and kindergarteners practicing number recognition 1-6 and great for busy bags.
When I saw this clip art, I knew I had to turn it into a matching game! My 2-year-old LOVES imitating facial expressions, and I knew this Strawberry Emotions Matching Game was going to be a perfect way to talk about emotions with him. And he had an absolute blast with it! The “angry” expression […]
So cute! This Earth Day Matching Game for Toddlers is great as a conversation starter or just for fun while working on 1:1 correspondence and visual discrimination.