Printables for Kids: Practice counting and fine motor skills with these cute Halloween Counting Clip Cards (10-20)! Perfect for kindergarten and first grade math centers.
Learn how to draw popcorn with kids or other beginners with this no-prep directed-drawing tutorial in five simple steps and with some simple art supplies! Includes writing prompts for kindergarteners and elementary students.
Help your preschooler or kindergartener practice counting to 10 with these cute printable Popcorn Counting Play Dough Mats!
Fun mini folding coloring books with cute gnomes to color and writing prompts for beginning writers. Perfect for kids of all ages and easy to put together.
How to make a mini folding book with a single sheet of paper, minimal cutting, and no gluing or stapling! No duplex printing required.
No-prep Back to School Word Search. Find ten simple school-related words in the word grid. Great simple literacy activity for kindergarteners and elementary students. Includes a version for coloring and an answer key.
No-prep Summer Donuts Number Maze for practicing fine motor skills, number recognition, and writing numbers with kindergarteners and first graders in a fun, simple way.
Practice colors with fun paper dolls using this cute printable Dress Up Kids Color Match! Yellow, blue, red, and green, perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.
For a fun, engaging way for kindergarteners to practice number recognition this summer, try one of these no-prep Beach Donut Roll and Cover Games for a 6-sided or 10-sided dice. Cover the numbers or color them in with crayons or dot markers.
Do you enjoy printable games? Play an ocean creatures memory game with your toddler or preschooler! Start with just a few pairs and work up to using all 20 pairs!
Whether for Mother’s Day or any other day of the year, kindergarteners will get a kick out of reading this printable I Love My Mom! Emergent Reader out loud to their moms! Fun images and simple words are used.
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!