Archive for Category: Worksheets & printables

Easter Writing Prompts

This feature requires JavaScript to be turned on. Get creative and celebrate the holiday with these Easter writing prompts! Easter is one of the most popular holidays in our house.  Around this time of year, we’re all pretty much sick of the cold weather and are ready to...

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Pictures for Writing Prompts

This feature requires JavaScript to be turned on. The worksheets found here use pictures for writing prompts instead of textual guidance.  These types of visual prompts allow the students full creative control of their stories. If you’ve been using the previous writing prompt papers, then you’ve seen how...

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2nd Grade Writing Prompts

This feature requires JavaScript to be turned on. It’s currently day three of our in-home quarantine and our daughter has completed all of the 2nd grade writing prompts that her teacher sent home.  Guess what I’m creating today?  That’s right, more writing worksheets!  Who’s pumped? It has been…interesting...

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Teaching Time – Five Minutes

This feature requires JavaScript to be turned on. When you begin teaching time to your child, it’s important that you make it as simple as possible.  Time is an abstract concept that can be hard for young children to grasp.  That’s one reason kids love to ask “Are...

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Tracing Numbers: Six to Ten

This feature requires JavaScript to be turned on. Tracing numbers is a great way to teach students the necessary line formations and patterns for quality handwriting.  Many numbers use curved lines and diagonals which can be harder for students to master.   This can be frustrating for the child...

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Alphabet Tracing – Uppercase G-L

This feature requires JavaScript to be turned on. Print out these Alphabet tracing worksheets to help your child learn how to form and print the letters of the Alphabet.  Below is the next selection of worksheets in our lessons on uppercase letter tracing.  These handouts will focus on...

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Spot The Difference Games

This feature requires JavaScript to be turned on. My girls absolutely love the Spot The Difference games that they find in magazines like Highlights (or on a restaurant’s kids menu).  They can’t get enough of them.   Over the summer, we have been trying to be more intentional with...

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