Posted in Preschool Writing

19. Learning Alphabet: Letter C

It is time to learning alphabet again. Now, we will learning letter c. On these worksheets, help your kids to…

Posted in Math Preschool Writing

18. Writing Numbers: Number 4

It’s time to harvest the mangoes! How many mangoes do you see? Yes, it is four mangoes. This worksheets offers…

Posted in Coloring Kindergarten Math

17. Spot The Difference: Airplane

Hello! Look at these pictures. These airplanes scenes look awfully similar, but there are slight differences between the two. Can your…

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16. Learning Alphabet: Letter B

In these worksheets, your kids will be able to sound out, write, and recognize the letter b. The letter B…

Posted in Math Preschool

15. Writing Numbers: Number 3

It’s a worksheet number again! On page one, your kids have to trace the number 3 several times, then practice…

Posted in Coloring Connecting Dots Preschool

14. Coloring: Avocado

Here is our second coloring pages that you can download it for free. I’s avocado. You can tell your kids a…

Posted in Preschool Writing

13. Learning Alphabet: Letter A

These worksheets asks your child to practice the letter a uppercase and lowercase. First, they will need to identify it….

Posted in Math Preschool Writing

12. Writing Numbers: Number 2

Are you ready to teach your kids to write number again? When it comes to writing, practice makes perfect! Noted….

Posted in Math Preschool Writing

11. Writing Numbers: Number 1

Did your kids learn about number? Let’s teach your preschool to learn about numbers. I will give you some math…

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10. Tracing Lines – Curved Line

Hi! This time, we will teach our kids to practice tracing curved lines. Preschoolers can use this activity to prepare…

Posted in Fine Motor Preschool

9. Tracing Lines – Diagonal (Part 1)

Let’s help your preschoolers to become a pro at drawing diagonal lines. This activity is very helpful in preparation for writing…

Posted in Coloring Preschool

8. Coloring – Apple (Part 2)

What is your child’s favorite fruit? And does he (or she) like apples? Tell him (or her) some benefit of…