Free Worksheets for Kids
Days of the Week Practice Writing
Days of the Week Practice Writing Worksheet for Grade 1 students. Teachers and homeschooling parents can use this resource this help their kids and students practice writing and saying days of the week.
Missing Numbers Chart 1 - 25
These printable Kindergarten counting worksheets from 1 through 25 are perfect for your kindergartners to practice counting numbers.
Uppercase Handwriting Practice
Practice uppercase alphabet letter writing worksheet for kindergartners.
Count the Number of Clovers
Kindergarten and Preschool kids will have fun counting and writing the number of green clovers. Perfect activity for St. Patrick's Day, this counting the number of Four Leaf Clovers lets kids learn how to add and write the number of items.
Missing Letters A-Z (uppercase)
Help students practice writing alphabets by have them fill in the missing letters in these partially filled A-Z (uppercase) worksheets.
Missing Numbers Chart 1 - 25
These Free Printable Kindergarten Counting Worksheets from 1 through 25 are perfect for your kindergartners and preschoolers.
Basic Math Division Problem #8
These Free Printable Basic Division Worksheets are great to practice Basic Math Division for Grade 1 and higher grade children. Kids can do basic division that help them practice dividing one digit with another. Simply download, print and start solving.
Connect the Dots - Cute Fish
Connect the Dots puzzle lets kids connect the dots to solve this fun puzzle. Have the little ones practice connecting the dots while counting by 1's and connect 1 to 2 to 3 and so on.
4th of July Sudoku
These 4th of July Sudoku are perfect to keep kids busy during the Independence Day festivities. They will love to solve these Sudoku puzzles.
Christmas Maze Printable
These Free Christmas Mazes are perfect to keep your kids busy and entertained over Christmas break. Homeschooling parents and teachers can use these at a Christmas school party or kids party at home.
Maze Puzzles for Kids
Kids love to solve puzzles, especially puzzles like mazes. Keep them occupied with these maze puzzles when you are dining out at a restaurant or going for a long drive.
Maze Puzzles Worksheets for Kids
Keep the kids occupied with these maze puzzles when you are dining out at a restaurant or going for a long drive.
CVC Word Search
Help your kindergarten students practice and review reading CVC words in an interactive and engaging way. They will have fun constructing phonetic sounds and words.
Connect the Dots - Clover
Perfect activity for St. Patrick's Day, this Four Leaf Clover (Shamrock) - Connect the Dots puzzle lets kids connect the dots to solve this fun puzzle. Have the little ones practice connecting the dots while counting by 1's and connect 1 to 2 to 3 and so on.
Circular Maze Puzzle for Kids
Circular Maze puzzles are perfect to keep kids occupied for long time. They try to reach the destination following a certain directions. This helps them develop problem solving skills and work on their focus and fine motor skills.
Tic Tac Toe Game
Tic Tac Toe games have been around for a long time. Normally played with paper and pen or pencil, it's hard to get tired of playing this fun game. Kids can go on and keep busy while playing tic tac toe.
Tracing the Letters C c
Free printable alphabet tracing worksheet for uppercase and lowercase letter C c for Kindergarten and Preschool kids. Tracing the letters helps little ones to practice and enhance their writing and letter recognition skills.
Number Tracing 16-20
Number 16-20 Tracing Worksheets for preschool and kindergarten. Help them practice numbers writing skills, number recognition and fine motor skills.
Two Digit Subtraction (No Regrouping)
Double Digit Subtraction with No Regrouping worksheets for grade 1 students. Teachers, homeschooling parents or literacy centers can use these worksheets in their classroom or at home.
Connect the Dots - Easter Bunny
Perfect activity for Easter, this Easter Bunny - Connect the Dots puzzle lets kids connect the dots to solve this fun puzzle. Have the little ones practice connecting the dots while counting by 1's and connect 1 to 2 to 3 and so on.